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and Weakness in the Stomach, 
Enlargement of the Liver, 
Yellowness of the Skin, Con- 
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PILGRIM ALMANAC 



[1874. 

ECLIPSES FOE THE YEAR 1874. 

There will be four Eclipses this year, two of the Sun and two of the Moon viz • 

The first will be a total Eclipse of the Sun, on the 16th of April, at 7 o'clock 34 min. in tho morn 
mg; invisible here Visible m the southern part of South America, South Sea, and southern Africa 

The second will be ^ a partial Eclipse of the Moon, on the 1st of May, at 10 o'clock 22 min in £ 
forenoon ; therefore invisible. ' u iae 

The third wiH be an annular Eclipse of the Sun, on the 10th of October, at 5 o'clock 22 min in 
the morning ; invisible here. Visible in Europe, Asia and Africa. 

The fourth will be a total Eclipse of the Moon, on the 25th of October, at 1 o'clock 45 min in th» 
morning; visible as follows: Begins with the east shadow at 12 o'clock in the mornin- be-ins J\ h 
total phase at 1 o clock 18 min ; middle of Eclipse, 1 o'clock 35 min. ; end with total phase °1 o'cWV 
51 min; end with earth's shadow at 3 o'clock 9 min. Duration of total Eclipse, 30 minutes DnV 
tion of whole Eclipse, 3 hours 9 minutes. -Lnira- 

There will be a Transit of Venus over the Sun's disk on the 8th of December at 10 o'clock W L^ 
in the evening; invisible here. Visible in Australia. ' 

Saturn (T?) is the Governing Planet this year. 
CHARACTERS OF THE CONSTELLATIONS. 



jt Aries, the Ram. 
(£$f Taurus, the Bull. 



<g$ Leo, the Lion. 
Virgo, the Virgin. 



£$ Gemini, the Twins. $$ Libra, the Balance. 
Hi Cancer, the Crab. egg Scorpio, the Scorpion, 




ASTRONOMICAL CHARACTERS EXPLAINED 
New Moon. 

First Quarter, or Moon in general. 

Full Moon. 

Last Quarter, or Moon in general. 



£$ Sagittarius, the Bowm. 
^ Capricornus, the Goat. 
^ Aquarius, the Butler. 
£% Pisces, the Fishes. 



Q Moon's ascending Node, or Drag- 
on's Head. 

8 Moon's descending Node, or Drag- 
on's Tail. 



T? Saturn, $ Venus, 

% Jupiter, £ Mercury, 

$ Mars, © Earth, J Moon, 

© Sun, vg, Hershel. 



y Moon's Ascension. 
Moon's Descension, 

2) Moon in apogee, furthest from earth. 

3) Moon in perigee, nearest to the earth! 
PLANETS AND ASPECTS. 

I 6 Conjunction, or planets in the same longitude. 
% Sextile, when they are 60 degrees apart. 
□ Quartile, when they are 90 degrees distant. 
A Trine,when they are 120 degrees distant. 
8 Opposition, when they are 180 degrees distant. 
CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES. 



. Golden Number 13 Solar Cycle 7 , Mmill(iriJ1MI 

The year 5635 of the Jewish Era commences the 12th of September, 1874 
lne year 1291 of the Mohamedan Era commences the 18th of February, *874 

MOVEABLE FEASTS. 



Roman Indiction 2 

Julian Period 6587 



Septuagesima Sunday, February 1. 
Qumquagesima Sunday, February 15, 
Shrove Tuesday, February 17. 
Ash Wednesday, February 18, 
Palm Sunday, March 29. 



Easter Sunday, April 5. 

Ascension Day, May 14. 

Whit Sunday, May 24. 

Corpus Christi, June 4. 

First Sunday in Advent, November 29. 




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[1874 



CENTENNIAL ALMANAC FOR 1874. 

SATURN TS THE RULING PLANET THIS YEAR. 



will follow; notwithstanding there will be some rainy 

ther Grass and vegetables will start late. 
We <fnMMER —In the beginning it will be wet; followed , faU otf mostly in tIie uiu^^ . 
J «cat heat and drouth, so that summer crops will suf- | the wine will be f poor quality. 
bygr^ineaLau . x and the ymes g 



Winter Grain will succeed well ; waste no good 
weather in gathering, else the grain will grow and spoil. 

Fall Seeding— Wheat and Rye should be sown early, 
for it will grow slowly, even if it raiu much. 

Fruit will fail on account of the cold, unpleasant 

SP Hofs will not be plentiful, yet they will be good 

Wine— The Vintage will be light, in general it will 
fall off, n,os«y in the flossy »^« ^^WOj, 



-eat neat ana aroum, au m<** *«-" — ,- A • nn A 
, ,.. Very destructive storms of thunder, lightning, and 
hail will visit different sections. 

Autumn -Will be cold and damp; early freeing 
followed by heavy thunderstorms. After the middle of 
October cold weather will set in. December will be 
damp but somewhat pleasant 

Wtvter —Will continue till near April. In the begin 
nin I it wiil be damp with heavy rains Towards the end 
of December winter will set in, with deep snow and cold 
fn? continue long; hence the necessity of preparing 

^S^iI^ro^-As the spring will be cold and un- 

Spring ^ ls a ^ b £ no continuous warm 

pleasant, and as there win d ^ be 

Xnt^eaTly Zie ^Tll much will depend 
?n the gathering. GrLs in general will be good, though 
but little second crop 



gathered early, but The vines" should not be covered 
farly ; even if it freezes early in November it will open 
again and not close up until in December. If the , vines 
are covered up too soon they will be injured by the wet 

^WmD and Storms.— There will be some very severe 
storms, with thunder and lightning. 

Insects— Snakes and toads will be abundant, and in 
winter, mice numerous. There will not be so many 
worms in the grain as in other years, and they will be 
destroyed by the severe cold in winter. 

Diseases.— The latter part of summer, and also in the 
fall many dangerous and fatal diseases will prevail sucn 
as fatal fevers, Diarrhea, Dysentery, Catarrh, Gout, 
Tetter, Palsy, Vertigo, Fever, Jaundice, and sucn lite 
diseases ; caused mostly by cold feet. 



QUATEMBER, OR EMBER DAYS. 

February 25. May 27. September 16. . December 16. 

THE FOUR SEASONS OR CARDINAL POINTS. 

Spring —m s- »^KtS S lo°ffiXt= 

Summer commences, Sun enters « J™e w te » -i . , m in. morning. 

Autumn commences, Sun enters g Sept. the 23rd, at iz ^.^ 

Winter commences, Sun enters ^ .L>ec. tne ^ist, <u o u 

Anatomy of Man's Body, as said to toe governed by the Twelve Constellations. 



The Head and Face, 
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Arms. 
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Heart. 
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thighs. 
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Legs. 
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Neck 
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Breast, 
HB Cancer. 

Bowels. 
&* Virgo. 

Secrets. 
eg Scorpio. 

Knees. 
^ Capricorn: 

The Feet. 
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[31 Days 



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Signs. 



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and 

OTHER MISCELLANY. 



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Methusaleni 

Simon 

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Isidor 

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5 Monday 

6 Tuesday 

7 Wednes. 

8 Thurs. 

9 Friday 
10 Satur 

TTSunday jHygenius 

12 Monday Rinehold 

13 Tuesday Me -°S? n d 

14 Wednes. Felix 

15 Thurs. 'Maurice 

16 Friday Marcellus 

17 Satur. \ Anthony 



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10th. 2 rises 6 31 



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19 Monday Sarah 

20 Tuesday jF. Sebastian 

21 Wednes.jAgnes 



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23 Friday 

24 Satur. 



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26 Monday jPolycarpus 

27 Tuesday F. Chrysost. 

28 Wednes. Charles 




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30 Friday 

31 Satur. 



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Adelgunda 

Virgil 



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CONJECTURES OF THE WEATHER. 

8lBt sItcrn on the 25th is in Conjunction with the Sun, and cannot be seen. 



Yeae] 



PILGRIM ALMANAC. 



[1874. 



Editorial. 

It seems but a few months since we ed- 
ited the first Pilgrim Almanac, but the 
change of seasons tell us that another 
*year is well nigh run, and the time has 
come for us to make preparations for an- 
other year. Our Almanac for 1873 an 
swered the purpose so well and gave such 
general satisfaction that we feel encour- 
aged in our labor and expense of prepar- 
ing another for 1874. How much better 
it will be, our readers can judge as well 
as we. Our object in this, will be the 
same as that of last year, first, to supply 
our readers with a reliable and good fam- 
ily Almanac. Second, to give as much 
religious and useful information as we 
can command, and third, to make as com- 
plete a Ministerial List as can be done 
under existing circumstances. This might 
be full and complete if all our readers 
would have been sufficiently interested 
to make it so, but as some were not in- 
terested, a few of the mistakes will re 
main uncorrected. We have received 
a large number of new names and cor- 
rected many of the last years list, also 
arranged them in alphabetical order. 
This was the only real objection urged 
against our list last year and as that is 
now corrected we have a consciousness of 
being able to please, Another prominent 
improvement will be noticed in the extra 
heavy material used for the cover. This 
is an extra expense over that of last year, 
but we do it because- it adds to the ap- 
pearance and service of the Almanac and 
because we desire to give full satisfaction 
so far as possible. We expect to pub- 
lish it yearly and of a uniform size so 
that they can be preserved and, if desired, 
bound together, thus forming an interest- 
ing record for future generations. Hop- 
ing that our fondest expectations may 
be realized and that every family in the 
brotherhood may be supplied with a Pil 
grim Almanac we now send it forth filled 
with such as we have, feeling assured 
that it is worthy a place in every chris- 
tian family in the land. 



A single pound of wool will furnish a 
piece of yarn 100 miles in length. 




Church of Eeaverdam, Md. 



Hitherto there has been carelessness, 
on the part of some brethren, in not keep- 
ing a written record of the organization, 
and general affairs of our Churches, that 
but little is known of the early history 
of many of them. Among these is the 
Church at Beaverdam, Frederic county, 
Md.; which is one among, if not the first, 
organized church in the state. As far as 
I can ascertain there is no written record 
of her early history extant. Though the 
probability is much if it was written, as 
the German brethren formerly were more 
particular in this matter than many of 
us have been. My opinion is, that the 
ancient brethren organizing her, and hav- 
ing the oversight of her infancy, retained 
it-, or leaving it in the church, the man- 
uscript being German, could not be read 
for generations past, and was lost among 
waste paper, when the German ceased to 
be taught in the schools more than half 
a century ago. And as the writer was 
born of water and of the Spirit in her, 
and was elected to the ministry, and or- 
dained to the Eldership by her children, 
he loves her as his christian mother, he 
feels to rescue from oblivion what he 
knows by tradition. 

The editor of the W t eekly Pilgeim in 
soliciting contributions for the "Pilgrim 
Almanac" for 1874, says, "Choose your 
own subject." I will write of what I have 
learned of her history from my ancestors. 
I will here say that if I had considered 
this subject, while my father and grand- 
father were living, as I now do, I might 
have learned her whole history, as grand- 
father, I think, was the first minister 
elected in her. But as it is, my informa- 
tion anterior to my union with her is 
meager and imperfect. 

My great-grand-father, Daniel Sayler 
(then spelled Seiler) emigrated to Amer- 
ica, from Switzerland, in company with 




YebrtjaryT 



[28 Days. 



Days & Weeks. 'Remarkable Days. 



moon I moon 

SOUTH. R. A S. 
H. M. H. M. 



Moon's 
Signs. 



ASPECTS OF PLANETS, 

and 
OTHER MISCELLANY. 



Sun sxTJsr 

B lo. Risks & Sets. 
; M. H. M. | H. M 



SO 

Pa 



' • ^ Vt , 4t> \r*tt on • 1—16. Days' length 10 hours 2 rain. 

5th Sunday after New Year. Matt. 2U . l io. j t, 



5] 

TSunday Bridget 

2 Monday Candlemas 

3 Tuesday Blasius 

4 Wednes. Veronica 

5 Thurs. jAgatha 

6 Friday , Dorothy 

7 Satur. IRichard 



morn. 
12 36 



22 
10 
56 
42 
31 



DrisestfC 9 
5 46[<gf 21 
40<*£ 3 



38 
38 
39 



<X*27 



.Ovist. Sir. so. 9 38 ri 

^flf rises 8 50 
d § superior 
^ gr. Hel. Lat. S. 
3) in apogee i5 3) If 



sfe 



9 <? sets 7 48 



10 4llafe2ll$ in Aphelion 




6th Sunday after New Year. Luke 8 : 4-15 



6] 
"ITSuliday - Solomon 
9 Monday Apollonia 

10 Tuesday Scholastica 

11 Wednes. Euphrosinia 

12 Thurs. | Victor 

13 Friday jEulalia 

14 Satur. .Valentine 



Days' length 10 hours 18 rain. 



5 15 11 47 c#g 3 

5 55morn.jcflgl6 

6 42 12 54^29 

7 36 2 6',«$13 




8 22; 

9 12 
9 56 



18i«d27 

29:^12 

28^27 



% rises 8 31 
w 9th. S 
Spica rises 10 16 
Orion south 8 6 
Arctur rises 9 14 
Rigel south 7 22 
$ sets 7 38 



14 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
14 



52J5 
515 



50 

48 
47 
46 
45 



8 
9 

10 
12 
13 
14 
15 



27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
F. 
2 



'J 



xr^ vr tl , T nkp 18 - 31—43. Days' length 10 hours 34 rain 
th Sunday after New Year. L.uke ia . oi -±o. j ^b 



10 51 



15 Sunday Faustina 

16 Monday Julianus 11 58 

17 Tuesday Shrove Tu'y 12 54 

18 Wednes.UsA. Wedn.\ 1 46 

19 Thurs. jSusanna 2 42 
•20 Friday JEucharius 
21 Satur. jEleonora 




^y^TlTrises 8 114,6 

^16th. dD$ il 4 | 6 

3) in per. d 3) 3 14.6 

Sirius south 8 31 |14 6 

d 3) <?. enters^ |14 6 

sets 7 31 14 6 

7* sets 12 50 14 6 



43 
42 
41 

40 
38 
37 
36 



171 3 

18 4 

19 5 

20 6 

22 7 

23 8 

24 9 



8th Sunday after New Year. Matt. 4 : 1—11. 



S] 
2 -J Sunday \\Vash. Birt. 

23 Monday Seremus 

24 Tuesday 'Matthew 

25 Wednes. Emberday 



Days' length 10 hours 50 min, 



26 Thurs. 

27 Friday 

28 Satur. 



Nestor 

Leander 

Romanus 



12|morn. '^22 
12 34'^ 5 



50| 
42 

8 31 

9 22 
10 10 



*% rises 7 32 

Jp23rd. d^O super. 
38|£$18' ( Orion south 7 20 
39 ;*$B Regulus south 1 1 1 4 n 
25^12 Spica rises 9 11 



20*24 



§ in Perihelion 
Sirius south 7 55 



1416 
14.6 
13,6 
136 
13.6 
13,6 
136 



35 

33 

32 

3115 

295 

28J5 

27|5 



25 

27 
28 



10 
11 
12 



2913 
31114 
32 15 
3316 



MOON'S niASES. 

L • . i i rn «?« mnmirKT I New Moon the 16th, at 1 o'clock 29 min., afternoon 

CONJECTURES OF THE WEATHER. 

J-;^?^ 

,,'„:; „„! ,UH fair ; »«£* »£ ^iSSZ, « » o'clock 37 min., in the uonnng; then Even- 

ofthe year. 



Year] 



PILGRIM ALMANAC. 



several brothers and sisters (some of their 
descendants yet retain the Seller spell- 
ing) in 1743, and my great-grand-father, 
Daniel, was baptized by the brethren in 
Conestoga Church, Lancaster county, Pa., 
in 1752, and my great-grand-mother, 
Anna, by the same in 1753. The same 
year my grand-father Daniel was born; 
and if memory serves me, he was bap- 
tized when about 17 years old, but where, 
I am not informed. 

In the autumn of 1771 grand- and great- 
grand-father came to Beaverdam, Fred- 
eric county, Md., near to where the meet- 
ing-house now stands, and put up cabins 
in the woods, and returned to Lancaster 
county, where, during the winter, my 
grand-father married Sarah Anna Buech- 
ley, and in the spring of 1772 they re- 
turned and occupied there previously 
erected cabins, and opened the farm now 
owned by C. K". Gailer, son-in-law of 
Elder Jacob Sayler, grand-father's young- 
est son. The farm continued in the Say- 
ler name 96 years, and has buried on it, 
four generations of Saylers. Anterior to 
this date, I have no account of the country 
or brethren, and the probability is that 
they were among, if not the first members. 
Other families hoioever, may ham emi- 
grated with them. 

I will here relate an incident in connec- 
tion with these emigrating from Lancas- 
ter county. Coming in wagons, they 
crossed the Susquehanna river on the ice, 
and when near the shore on the south 
side the hind wheel of the rear wagon cut 
through the ice, and stood as they sup- 
posed on the bottom, they leisurely 
pryed up the wheel and hauled the wagon 
to shore, and being on land one of the 
company carelessly put in the hole one 
of the rails used to pry up the wagon 
to measure the actual depth of the water. 

Whether my great-grand-father was an 
official brother in the church, or when my 
grand-father was elected to the ministry I 
am not informed. At his funeral, however, 
in 1840, Elder David Pfoutz of precious 
memory, said that he had served in his 
office 56 years, which would date his elec- 
tion in 1784, twelve years after his mar- 
riage, and migration to Beaverdam. My 




father was born on the first day of Janu- 
ary 1775, and became a member of the 
church when quite young; and brethren 
Leatherman, Peter, and Damreis were the 
ministers visiting there in his early mem- 
bership. These he usedMo say would 
come to their house the evening before 
the Lovefeast which would be at their 
house, and before they would retire to 
bed grand-father would wash the breth- 
ren's feet, and grand-mother would do 
the same to the sisters present. In those 
days of brotherly love and simplicity, 
there was no question among the sisters 
as to what constituted the proper cover- 
ing for them in time of worship. It is 
the spirit of modern improvement and 
progress in certain localities which raises 
the question. ■ This being a fast age, a 

LEARNED AGE. 

In my early boyhood grand-father was 
the Elder, John Diehl and John Gailer 
assistant ministers. Henry Bucher and 
David Stoner were the deacons for many 
years. The meetings were in the mem- 
ber's houses. In 1828 the meeting-house 
was built, and on the 28th of September 
of that year the first meeting and Love- 
feast was held in it. Brother Diehl hav- 
ing died, the ministering brethren were 
Daniel Sayler Elder, John Garber, Jacob 
Sayler, and Jonathan Plain. About this 
time the German language began to wane, 
and the use of it in the church has long 
since ceased. About this time, too, Bro. 
John Gailer was ordained an Elder. Au- 
gust 20th 1837, the writer was baptized, 
and Brother Plain having died, an elec- 
tion for a minister was held on the 30th 
of September, 1840, at which the writer 
was elected, and, May the 7th 1850, with 
Brother Isaac Pfoutz (who was elected 
first) was ordained to theEldership. Elder 
Philip Boyle and Samuel Miller were the 
officiating Elders. Grand father having 
died on the 14th day of September 1840 
there was a break in the ministry of 




MARCH. 



[31 Days. 



MOON MOON 

Days Sg Weeks. Remarkable Days. 1 south. Jr. 4 s 

Ih. m. b 



Moon's 

B.I 
M. 1 Signs. 



ASPECTS OF PLANETS, 

and 

OTHER MISCELLANY. 



Sun STT3sr 

slo. I Rises A Sets. 
M. JH M. 1 H. M 






9] 9th Sunday after New Year. 
1 Sunday IDavid 



Matt. 15 : 21—28. 



Days' length 11 hours 10 ruin. 



n 13:6 



2 Monday jAinilia 

3 Tuesday Samuel 

4 Wed nes. Adrian 



5 41!<gt I7ksets7 18 

6 10,^29? gr. Hel. Lat. S. 
!morn. lenses' ^lll^T^ 3rd. £ sets 6 20!l 



i 11 
111 



6 
56 



5 Thurs. 

6 Friday 

7 Satur. 



Frederick 

Fridolin 

Perpetua 



rerp 
smAY 



12 

1 
2 
3 



50 

42 

36 
22 



26 
6 



40;<S£23;ig/dDlj:. I(rises651 i 12 
38 ^fe 6 D in apogee 

11 58 



40 $5 18 Sinus south 7 
42;c£g 7* sets 



6 



12|6 
12,6 



2515 35 
24 5 36 
23 5 37 
39 



17 
18 
19 
20 



2115 

20 5 40121 

19 5 41 22 



11.6 17 5 43 23 



10] 10th Sun#a.y after New Year. Luke ll : 14 — 28. Days' length 11 hours 28 win. 



*t 



Philemon 
Prudence 
Appolonius 



8 Sunday 

9 Monday 
10 Tuesday 

,11 Wednes.jErnestus 

12 Thins. Gregory 

13 Friday Macedon 

14 Satur. Zachariah 



1110 49qjgl3 ! S. § stationary 



58(11 57 

48 morn. 



34 

22 

14 

6 



1 6 

2 16 

3 10 
3 50 



116 
116 



^26,? gr. Hel. Lat. K 
m 9 ,^|h c? sets 7 10 
$323! \J£, 11th. 11 rises 6 23 10:6 
7 Orion south 6 17 U 10 6 



16 



16 
15 
13 
12 



44 
45 

47 



24 
25 
26 






Arctur rises 7 26 
d D T?. T? rises 4 



10;6 

96 



115 
105 

8 ! 5 



4827 
4928 
50 M 

52 2 



11] llth Sunday abter New Year. 



John 6 : 1—15. 



Days' length 11 hours 46 min. 



15 Sunday 

16 Monday 

17 Tuesday 

18 Wed nes. 

19 Thurs. 

20 Friday 

21 Satur. 



Christopher 9 56 

10 44 

11 38 

12 30 

1 22 

2 14 
2 54 



jCyprianus 

.St. Patrick 

'Anshelmus 

Josephus 

Matrona 

.Benedictus 



4 30 

5 10 

3) sets 

6 30 

7 

7 32 

8 26 



S&21 



d$$. Kegulus 10 18 
3E 61f south 12 1 

^21M|vl7th. ( ?l(0. d])§ 
jp$ 5 "lip ]) in perigee, dj)? 
^20 Spica rises 8 
fa 4d3)c?.0ent.^ Da ^ a q l^ ht 
0^17 Q. Spring commences 



9,6 7 


5 53 


96 6 


5 54 


96 4 


5 56 


86 3 


5 57 


86 2 


5 58 


8 6 0'6 


7 5 59'6 1 



12] J2thS 


JNDAY AFTER, NEW YEAR. 


John 8 


: 46 — 59. Days' length 12 hours 


4 min 




22 Sunday 


Paulina 


3 42 


9 12 


#$ 1|<? sets 6 56 


7 


5 58 


6 2 


10 


23 Monday 


Eberhard 


4 30 


10 24 


^13 T? rises 3 28 


7 


5:56 


6 4 


11 


24 Tuesday 


Gabriel 


5 18 


11 36 


tf*25 


^m24th. $ sets 6 36 n 


6 


5-55 


6 5 


12 


25 Wednes. 


Ann. V. M. 


6 4 


morn. 


* 8 


JWlL south 11 29 


6 


5 54 


6 6 


13 


26 Thurs. 


Emmanuel 


6 52 


12 22 


HB20Sirius sets 11 16 
<j$ 2 7* sets 10 51 


6 


5 52 


6 8 


14 


27 Friday 


Gustavus 


7 40 


1 36 


6 


5 51 


6 9 


15 


28 Satur. 


Gideon 


8 32 


2 42 


<#14 Pollux south 7 10 


5 


5 50 


6 10 


16 



13] 13th Sunday after New Year. 



Matt 21 : 1—9. 



Days' length 12 hours 24fimn. 



29 Sunday Eustichius 

30 Monday Gidio 

31 Tuesday [Detlaus 



9 29 3 26'dt 26'Rigel sets 11 6 

10 24' 4 29<&* 8,1? rises 3 8 

11 16 5 28 $* 20 d 3) %. § stationary 



47,6 15 17 
486 1318 
496 14 H) 



3IOO\V^ 1MIVSKS. 
Full Moon tha 8ra, :it 12 o'clock min., morning. I New Moon ih<» 17th. at 11 o'clock 17 min., evening. 

. nt< r the 1 lth, min., morning. | First Quarter the 24th, at 4 o'clock 50 min. evening. 

CONJECTU RE S V T 1 1 E W E \ T 1 1 E R . 
The lit, 2nd, 8rd oold \ Uh, 5th. 6th rainandanow; 7th,8thfair; 0th, 10th cold ; 1 lth, 12th moderate ; 
Kith, 1 4th rain ; 16th, 16th, 17th clear; 18th, 19th stormy, rainy: 20th, 21st, 22nd variable; 28rd, 21th, 25th 
fair; 26th min ; 27th, 28th, 29th, 80th ,81al pleasant: 

Jupitkk on the 17th, is in Opposition t« the Sun. Nearest to the Earth and shines all night. 



V 



Year] 



PILGRIM ALMANAC. 



[1874, 



grand-parent and grand-son of 16 days, 
this however was overlapped by the son 
Jacob Sayler ten years. So from 1784 to 
1873 grandfather, son, and grand-son 
have preached the gospel of Christ as be- 
lieved by the brethren. In 1842, a re- 
freshing shower from the Lord^was shed 
abroad among the people, and about 100 
were added to the church, and were bap- 
tized in less than three months, about ten 
of these were unmarried persons. In 1852, 
a malignant form of disease prevailed as 
an epidemic, and many members died. 
The territory being much enlarged, and 
the membership greatly increased and 
Jacob Sayler, Isaac Pfoutz and the writer 
being Elders, and David Einehart, Jona- 
than Gailer, Daniel Sayler, and Howard 
Hilery native elected ministers, and I.D. 
Trostle and Jesse Koop emigrant though 
now resident ministers, a proposition 
to district the church was made, and car- 
ried; and on the 5th day of December 
1855 the Bush Creek, and the Monocacy 
Branches were, in council meeting of the 
whole church with Elder Philip Boyle 
present, declared organized churches. 
And from that date the Monocacy branch 
can be written. D. P; Sayler. 




m^g&* 



The 



Watchman's Cry. 
Voice 



-A Warning 



Amid the din and the clamor of oppo- 
sing elements we hear a voice now and 
then crying, JBeioare, there is danger 
ahead! The church of God is being encom- 
passed on every side by the hosts of Sa- 
tan, and it is feared, there has been a giv- 
ing way to the pressure in some quarters, 
insomuch, that in the midst of the camp 
of Israel, giants of sin walk unshorn of 
their locks. See the gaudy, glittering 
flag of pride, upheld where the blood- 
stained banner of the humble and meek 
"Crucified" should have supreme sway. 

We look back to the days of our fore- 
fathers and see them standing boldly on 
Zion's walls defending the principles of 
our holy religion as valiant soldiers of 
the cross, keeping at bay, in a great 
measure, the destructive elements of Sa- 
tan and preserving, inviolate, the old 
landmarks of their predecessors ; and our 



very soul is full of gratitude, and un- 
speakable thanksgiving to them and 
their memory, that they did perpetuate 
and hand down to us those principles 
and distinctions which are so beautifully 
in harmony with the Gospel, whereby 
the Church was recognized as being a 
peculiar body, separate from the icorld. 
Our Fathers have gone, and t to-day, we, 
the members of the church, stand in their 
stead; but we must soon pass away and 
others will take our places. 

Shall it be that our children can look 
back to this our day and say, Thanks to 
God, our fathers held sacred the time- 
honored principles of the Church, and 
handed them unto us in their gospel sim- 
plicity? Or, shall it be that they will 
say, Our fathers dared to move the old 
land-marks, trample under foot those 
features of the Church by which the 
Christian was known, from the world; 
widened the platform, and made higher 
the entrance, so that the proud could en- 
ter and the world stand within the pale 
of the Church? Oh, my brethren, can we 
afford such a venture? I say, No. The 
welfare of the Church, and of our rising 
posterity, as well as the welfare of gene- 
rations unborn require that we be vigi- 
lant, resolute and determined. 

Let us be warned in time. Pride is 
scaling the walls of Zion; things that 
are not of Heaven are undermining the 
holy institutions of God. The Church, 
the beloved asylum of our choice, is in 
danger of being converted to the world. 
Don't stand in the way and say, Go; but 
let every true soldier buckle on the whole 
armor of God, and say, by word and deed, 
Come, let us cast out Satan ! and by the 
power of God, bleeding Zion shall awake 
to new life — such life as issues from the 
throne of God. J. S. Flory. ^ 



A man may be a worshiper of the true 
God, and yet not a true worshiper of God. 







1874] 



APRIL. 



[30 Days. 



MOON I MOON 

Days & Weeks. Remarkable Days, south, jr. a s. 

n. M-ln. m. 



Moon's 

SlQNS. 



ASPECTS OF PLANETS, Sunj 
and ! slo. 

OTHER MISCELLANY. | M> 



SXT3ST 
RISES * SETS. 

H. M. I H. M. 



3° 
SO 



1 Wednes. Theodore jmornJJrisesj^ 2|if*\lst. 3) in apo. r\ 
2Thurs. Theodosia 12 12 6 40jtffcl4j^g/ $ in » 

3 Friday 6W i^WJ. 1 5 7 36Ug27$ sets G 59 

4 Satur. Ambrosius 1 55 8 40 cftgmg. T? rises 2 40 



4 5 



35 
35 



44|6 

436 17 

426 18 

41,6 19 



16 20 
21 
22 
23 



14] Easter. 



Mark 1G, 1— IS. 



Days' length 11 hours 42 min. 



5 Sunday Easter Sun. 

6 Monday Easier Man. 

7 Tuesday Aaron 

8 Wednes. Dj 7 onisius 

9 Thurs. Prochorus 

10 Friday Daniel 

11 Satur. Julius 



2 441 9 38,cjig23|7f south 10 45 

3 36 10 28 #£ 6|Sirius sets 10 38 

4 2411 24^20'Orion sets 12 2 

5 lO.morn. !^8£ 3,Antaresrises 10 48 \j 

6 012 20^17; /gfN9th $ sets 7 12 

6 50 1 22 ! ^ 1 \^ Kegulus S. 8 44 

7 4li 2 12 ^16|d 3) T?. T? rises 2 22 



3 5 

25 
2 5 
2 5 
25 
15 
15 



39 

38 

37 

35 

346 

33J6 

32,6 



21124 

2225 
2326 
25 



26 

27 
28 



27 
28 
29 
30 



15] 1st Sunday after Easter. 



John 20 : 19—31. 



Days' length 12 hours 58 miD. 



12 Sunday Eustachius I 8 

13 Monday Justinius 9 

14 Tuesday Tiburtius 10 

1 5 Wed nes. Oly mpia j 1 1 

16 Thurs. Calixtus il2 

17 Friday Rudolph | 1 

18 Satur. yEneas - | 1 



33| 2 58j*£ 1|5 in Aphelion 

26 1 3 40'*16:it{ stationary 

isj 4 22 .^ '0 d d $. % South 10 9 

12| 5 2^14,3) in per. ggr.Elon.W. 

8 3) sets;^28|^lKl6th Q. £ris.440 

4 8 loLftiaW 2)d?. 

54 9 18j^25 l (5 Neptune © 



1|5 
15 
5 

05 
15 



316 
29|6 

28 ! G 
27 G 
25,6 
246 
23*6 



29,31 

31|A 
32 
33 
35 



37 



16] 2dc1 Sunday after Easter. 



John 10 : 12— 1G. 



Days' length 13 hours 16 min. 



19 Sunday Anicetus 

20 Monday Sulpitius 

21 Tuesday Simon 

22 AVednes. Cajus 

23 Thurs. \St George 

24 Friday Albert 

25 Satur. MarkEvan, 



42 ( 10 24!^ 8,? sets 7 48 
31111 30£$21j ©enters^ 



20,morn. 
1412 22 
4 1 12 
56 1 54 
42 2 26 



g 4 T? rises 1 50 n 

HE16|lf South 9 39 

B28;^m23.Rigelsets9 33 
<j$ 10 sJfSpica South 11 10 
« 22 'Orion sets 10 1 



15 

4 s 

15 
25 
2 5 
25 
25 



226 
20 6 
196 
186 
17|6 
166 
15G 



381 7 
40! 8 
41 9 
42,10 
4311 
4412 
4513 



17] 3rd Su 


NDAY AFTER E. 


1ST EH. 


John 1G : 


16—23. Days' length 13 hours 32 mir 


. 


26 Sunday 


Cletus 


8 34 


2 54 


£? 4 


□ V ©• $ sets 8 


2 


5 14 


6 46 


14 


27 Monday 


Anastasius 


9 26 


3 16 


&U6 


6 3) %. % South 9 14 


2 


5 12 


6 48 


15 


28 Tuesday 


Vital is 


10 14 


3 42 


i£28 


3) in apo. T? rises 1 20 


3 


5 11 


6 49 


16 


29 Wednes. 


Sybil la 


11 6 


4 4 


-,- 1 


Sirius sets 9 16 


3 


5 10 


6 50 


17 


30 Thurs. 


Eutropius 


11 46 


4 28 


jfe23 


8. Spica South 1049 


3 


5 9 


6 51 


18 



Full Moon the 1st, at 6 o'clock 34 min., evening-. I Net* Moon the lClh, at 8 o'clock 7 rain., morning. 

Last Quarter the 9th, at 4 o'clock 35 min., morning. j First Quarter the 23rd, at 6 o'clock 18 min., morning. 

CONJECTUPvES OF THE WEATHER. 

The 1st variable ; 2nd, 3rd, 4th rain ; 5th, 6th, 7th X. W. wind ; 8th, 9th, 10th rain; 11th, 12th, 13th fair, 
pleasant; 14th, 15th, lGth thunder showers; 17th, 18th, 19th variable ; 20th, 21st, 22ud clear; 23rd, 24th, 25th 
pleasant; 2Cth, 27th, 28th warm ; 29th, 30th thunder showers. 



V 



Year] 



PILGRIM ALMANAC. 



[1874 



The Spiritual Magazine. 

DkarBkother:— As you solicit copy 
for the Pilgrim Almanac for 1874, I have 
concluded to send my mite which is at 
your disposal. As you brethren of the 
quill are sometimes thou^^pto be too 




far in the progressive age, I wish to show 
that this is -a mistake, as far as printing 
is concerned at' least, as the first Bible 
and the first Newspaper in the German 
language printed in the United States 
were done by a brother, and that too, un- 
der disadvantages that would baffle the 
pluck of our most enterprising brethren 
of the present day. 

The following, I give as a bit of histo- 
ry in the printing business which I hope 
may be interesting to your readers. 

Old brother Christopher Saur, soon 
after coming to America, established a 
printing office near Germantown, Pa., 
and published a small, quarto newspa- 
per of four pages, monthly, at three shil- 
lings a year, entitled as above, or in the 
German, u Dar Geisiliclie Magazin. The 
first number was issued the 10th of Au- 
gust, 1740, and was continued in the same 
form and size until 1750, when it was en- 
larged to a four-page - folio, but contin- 
ued at the same price. But as the paper 
was small and published only monthly, 
he soon got more matter than he could 
publish in the regular edition. To reme-' 
dy this, especially when favored with 
some special intelligence, he published a 
semi-monthly supplement. This he con- 
tinued to do until some time in 1763. He 
then changed the. title to the Pennsylva- 
nia Reporter {Pennsylva.nisclie BericMe) 
and then commenced Das geisiliclie Ma- 
gazin. In this, he published whatever I 
was of a religious or spiritual nature and | 
left politics and other more worldly in- 
telligence for the BericMe. /This Maga- 
zin was not published as a regular'; 
monthy but as an occasional, sometimes I 
a whole sheet, but generally only a half 1 
sheet, in large octavo form, and sent free 
to the subscribers of the Pennsylvania] 
Reporter and to such others as desired it. \ 
On account of it not being published reg- 1 
ularly and having no dates, it cannot be' 
fully determined how often or just when 



it was issued, but between the years 1763 
and 1769, fifty numbers were published 
making about two hundred pages which 
completed the first volume. 

A second volume was commenced in 
1770, but was not continued over three or 



four years and was not nearly so large 
as the first. The following is an extract 
from his preface as published in an old 
number of the Gospel Visitor. 

" Having often been grieved at behold- 
ing the great carelessness, blindness, and 
spiritual ignorance of the community at 
large, which originates in a great meas- 
ure from a scarcity of spiritual teaching, 
inasmuch as many have neither oppor- 
tunity nor desire of hearing preaching, 
and have also but very few books to ed- 
ify themselves with at home, many being 
either too poor or else think that they 
have still more necessary uses for their 
money, than to buy books, and should 
they even sometimes buy a good book, 
they will often lay it aside for days and 
years before reading it through. 
. These considerations made me think 
that a publication of this kind might do 
a great deal of good, especially if given 
gratis. And as the Lord has abundantly 
blessed me, and enabled me, under ex- 
traordinary tokens of his Divine assi st 
ance, to accomplish the great work of 
publishing the Bible, I would now, as a 
small thank-offering for his great good- 
ness, make a beginning with the long 
contemplated project of publishing a 
work of the above description for the 
glory of God and the good of my fellow- 
men— anti-sectarian in its principles, and 
open to the contributions of all so far as 
consistent with the Spirit of the Gospel." 
Thus you see, dear reader, that print- 
ing among the brethren is no new thing 
but was made use of when the church, 
under its present organization was yet 
in its infancy; neither is Almanac mak- 
ing a new feature among us, as Brother 



= 



V 1874] 



MAY. 



[31 Days. 



Days & Weeks. 



* 



MOON MOON 

Remarkable Days, i south. |r. & s. 

IH. M. H. M. 



Moon's 
Signs. 



1 Friday P7dlip c&Jcc Jmovn. 

2 Satur. Sigismund |l2 40 



Drisesjcfg 6 
1 59lcfil9 



ASPECTS OF PLANETS, 

and 
OTHER MISCELLANY. 



Srw 
fast: 
M.* 



STxasr 
Rises & Sets. 

h m. | ii. at 




? sets 8 10 rs 
. Hel. Lat. S. 



7,6 

G6 



53 
54 






19 
20 



18] 4th Sunday after Easter. 



3 Sunday \Inv. of Cross 

4 Monday Florianus 

5 Tuesday Godard 



6 Wednes. 

7 Thurs.- 

8 Friday 

9 Satur. 



John Evan, 
Domicilla 
Stanislaus 
Job 



1 36 


8 46 


m 3 


2 22 


9 32 


«$16 


3 11 


10 28 


^29 


3 55 


11 20 


mu 


4 44 


morn. 


^28 


5 32 


12 12 


J&13 


6 20 


12 56 


^28| 



John 15 : 6 — 15. Days' length 13 hours 50 min 

d $ S. ~M South 8 50 3 5 5!6 55J21 
Dl?0 3 5 4|6 56 22 



Sirius sets 8 53 U 
Orion sets 9 18 
Spica South 10 22 

d])!?. I?risesl249 

9th $ sets 8 29 



4!6 
3:6 

26 

0,7 



57 
58 



23 
24 



4 597 



5925 
0|26 

127 



19] 5th Sunday after Easter. 



John 16 : 23—30. 



Days' length 14 hours 4 min. 



10 Sunday 

11 Monday 

12 Tuesday 

13 Wednes. 

14 Thurs. 

15 Friday 

16 Satur. 



Gordianus 

Mamertus 

Pancratius 

Servatius 

Ascension 

Sophia 

Peregrine 



7 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 



10 

56 
50 
49 
47 
46 
41 



42 
10 
44 
14 

58 



5 sets 
8 4 



SKl2]lf South 8 22 
2K26 Rigel sets 8 23 
flJfclO Arctur South 10 52 
^23 Librae South 11 42 
#$ 7b in perigee. Q. d])2 
^ 20 /#% 15tn Ant. ris. 8 35 
*fe 3 , i l|p , d])^ prises 12 24 



58 
57 
56 
55 
54 
53 
52 



28 

29 

30 

M 

2 

3 

4 



20] Sunday after Ascension. John 15 : 26 — To 16 : 4. Days' length 14 hours 16 min. 



17 Sunday 


Jodocus 


1 33 


9 10 


«*16 


d D $. ? sets 8 46 


4 


4 52 


7 8 


5 


18 Monday 


Liborius 


2 21 


10 14 


^29 


Sirius sets 8 n 


4 


4 51 


7 9 


6 


19 Tuesday 


Potentianus 


3 12 


11 8 


*12 


If stationary 


4 


4 50 


7 10 


7 


20 Wednes. 


Franciscus 


3 54 


11 52 


«24 


% South 7 42 


4 


4 49 


7 11 


8 


21 Thurs. 


Prudence 


4 48 


morn. 


« 6 


enters fijfe 


4 


4 48 


7 12 


9 


22 Friday 


Helena 


5 40 


12 22 


«18 


^||22. Arct.S.1013 


4 


4 47 


7 13 


10 


23 Satur. 


Desiderius 


6 36 


12 56 


4* o 


sJP T? -rises 12 1 ■ 


4 


4 46 


7 14 


11 



21] Whitsuntide. 



John 14 : 23—31. 



Days' length 14 hours 30 min. 



24 Sunday 

25 Monday 

26 Tuesday 

27 Wednes. 

28 Thurs. 

29 Friday 

30 Satur. 



WMtsunda. 

Whitmond. 

Urbanus 

Emberday 

Sybilla 

William 

Wigand 



7 22 


1 20 


J£12 


8 10 1 44 


^24 


8 55 2 10 


)$$ 6 


9 40 2 35 


^jjlo 


10 26 


2 58 


m i 


11 10 


3 22 


«*14 


11 56 


3 48 


*28 



d3)lf. dg© superior 

? sets 8 58 

3) in apo. g in Perihel. 

% South 7 14 

?$. Antares rises 7 37 

Wega South 2 7 

? in Perihelion 



45|7 
45 7 



44 7 
43 7 
437 

42'7 
417 



1512 
1513 
1614 
1715 
1716 
1817 
1918 



Days' 



length 14 hours 38 min. 



22] 1st Sunday after Whitsuntide. John 3 : 1 — 25. 
31 Sunday jManilius [morn. |Drifl$q|(t»1.0|©31flt T? rises 11 48 3j4 41[7 19|19 



HMOOIV'i^ PHASES, 

Full Meon the 1st, at 10 o'clock 24 min., morning. I New Moon the 15th, at 4 o'clock 31 min., afternoon. 

Last Quarter, the 0th, at 1 o'clock 27 min., morning. | First Quarter the 22nd, at 9 o'clock 33 min., evening. 

Full Moon the 31st, at 1 o'clock 1 min., morning. 
CONJECTURES OF THE WEATHER. 
1st, 2nd frost ; 3rd, 4th rain ; 5th, 6th, 7th fair ; 8th, 9th rain ; 10th, 11th clear ; 12th, 13th thunder show 
ers ; 14th, 15th fair ; 10th, 17th cloudy; 18th thunder showers ;' 19th, 20tb, 21st variable ; 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th 
warm : 2Gth thunder ; 27th, 28th, 29th rain ; 30th, 31et clear. 






Year] 



PILGRIM ALMANAC. 



[1874 



1% 



Laur published an Almanac as early as 
1739, or 134 years ago. Considering the 
disadvantages under which publishers 
then labored and the progress of the pres- 
ent age and the many improvements in 
the printing business, our b rethr en need 
have no fears of being too fajiJifct rather, 
that they are far behind tB^PKes and 
our privileges, as we should now be able 
to show, at least, an Almanac for every 
year for the last century. They might 
now be of immense value to us as a rec- 
ord of past events, especially in Church 
History. ^ A Pilgrim. 

-—»-•-■•— 

Loveliness. 



It is not jour gay dress, your expensive shawl, 
or your pretty figure, that attracts men of sense. 
They look beyond these. It is the true loveliness 
of your nature that wins and continues to retain 
the affections of the heart. Young women sadly 
miss it who labor to improve the outward looks, 
while they bestow not a thought on their minds. 
Fools may be won by gewgaws and fashionable 
showy dresses, but the wise and substantial are 
never caught in such traps. Let modesty be your 
dress. Use pleasant and agreeable language, and 
-you may not be courted by the fop and sot, but 
the good and truly great wiil love to linger in your 
steps. The result will be your infinite gain. 

mo a l aw — 

Original History of the Baptist Breth- 
ren in America. 



[This manuscript was intended for the Pilgrim Al- 
manac of 1872, but was crowded out. We therefore give 
it a place in the present Almanac, hoping that it may 
have lost nothing in its delay. It was written in 
German and translated into English by Eld. Leonard 
Furry. — Editor.'] 

There came from Swartzenau, Germany, sever- 
al families in the year 17 19 to Germantown, Penn- 
sylvania, and in the following year, 1720, 30 fam- 
ilies more, all Baptist Brethren, also from Germa- 
ny, with Peter Becker their preacher* They came 
from different places in Germany to Germantown, 
and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. These brethren 
organized a congregation at Germantown with their 
teacher, Peter Becker in the year 182L After 
that, some of the Brethren moved to Conestoga, 
Lancaster county, some to Skippack, others to Oly 
and Falkens *Sehwam fungus. Then had they, at 
different places, their meetings with Peter Becker 
their preacher and overseer. (Then the brethren 
agreed to choose another preacher, and the choice, 

*I had no other word for Schwam. 




by a majority of voices, fell on brother Conrad 
Beissel for speaker, and John Hildebrand for dea- 
con, assistants in. the service* at Conestoga, by the 
counsel of Peter Becker as -("Bishop with the breth- 
ren at Germantown, because Peter Becker dwelled 
there. But Conrad Beissel at Conestoga soon 
caused some difficulty by commencing other ways 
(order) with the brethren of Conestoga and con- 
ceived an idea to keep the Saturday instead of the 
Lord's day as a seven dayer. After many and 
long admonitions, the church oould not avail any- 
thing with Conrad Beissel to leave his own ways 
and to yield obedience to the Germantown breth- 
ren). In the meantime, in December 1729, Alex- 
ander Mack, also arrived from Germany to Ger- 
mantown. Then the congregation agreed with 
Mack to decide by voice of the majority of the con- 
gregation whether to keep the Sabbath or Sunday 
for the Lord's day, when 11 voices agreed with 
Conrad Beissel to keep with him, and 27 for Sun- 
day, with Peter Becker and Alexander Mack. 
So Becker and Mack with the brethren in Ger- 
mantown and Conestoga, proceeded as the majority 
decided. (But Conrad Beissel, upon his own hand, 
commenced the Cloister (or nunnery) at Ephrata 
to establish the seven daytr, (Seventh day Baptist) 
and he has for a- considerable time priest-ridden 
several brethren and sisters). After Alexander 
Mack had died at Germantown in the year 1735 
was Michael Frantz chosen for speaker and John 
Landis for deacon. In the year 1735, at Con- 
estoga, Lancaster Co., Pa., Michael Prantz was 
speaker and Bishop about 12 years, from 1735 to 
1 747 and then moved West ; after that came 
Michael Pfoutz in his stead as speaker and bishop, 
from 1747 to 1709, 22 years in the Conestosra 
congregation, where he then died at the age of 50 
years, the 4th of May 1769. Then came Christian 
Longenecker in his stead as speaker and Bishop 
in the same congregation from 1769 to 1772, a 
time of three year?. Aft or that, because the con- 
gregation bad considerably spread, the Brethren 
concluded to divide the Conestoga into three dis- 
tricts in the year 1772, one district called Cones- 
toga, the other White Oak and the other Swatara. 
Then were Peter Eichenberger and Jacob Stull 
appointed as overseers for Conestoga Congregation ; 
Christ. Longenecker and John Zng for the White 



f I would prefer ov»rse©r. 



^ 1874] 



JUNE. 



[30 Days 



Days & Weeks. Remarkable Days. 



1 Monday 

2 Tuesday 

3 Wednes. 

4 Thurs. 

5 Friday 

6 Satur. 



Mcodemus 

Marcellus 

Erasmus 

Corp. Christ 

Bonifacius 

Arte^nius 



MOON 
SOUTH. 
H. M 



MOON 
R. & S. 
H. M. 



MOON'8 
SlGN8. 



ASPECTS OF PLANETS, 

and 

OTHER MISCELLANY. 



Sun J exTasr 
fast Rises & Sets. 
M. |h. M. |H. M 



12 

1 

2 
3 
4 
,5 



49 
41 
36 
31 



9 2i#$26!d£c?. $ sets 9 12 u 

10 8;^10J2|: sets 12 50 

11 0,^25 Arctu^outh 9 26 
11 3±!^10d])T^| ibises 11 41 



rr. E&. ] 



27 morn. |^24|^ gr. HE1. Lat. N 
13112 16s5£ 8'Antares South 11 25 



34 
24 

24 
24 
24 
2 ! 4 



4017 
40J7 
39 7 



39 7 

38 7 
387 



20 
20 
21 
21 

22 
22 



3° 

20 
21 

22 
23 
24 



23] 2nd Sunday after Whitsuntide. Luke 16 : 19 — 31. Days' length 14 hours 46 uain. 



3E2"2j/gfN7th. $ sets 9 18 
pf 61 \J^ Pollux sets 10 18 
rf^OlProcyon sets 8 42 
'^ 3 D in perigee. Q 
^lGRegulus sets 11 25 
ffi o\% sets 12 18 
ffilslnllQ. prises 11 11 



37 
37 
37 

36 



23 
23 



7 Sunday Lucretia 6 7 1 12 48 

8 Monday Medardus 6 59J 1 12 

9 Tuesday Barnimus 7 46; 1 38 

10 Wednes.iFlavius \ 8 34 2 

11 Tnurs. JBarnabas ! 9 30| 2 28 

12 Friday |Basilides 10 26| 2 58 

13 Satur. jTobias |ll 24! 3 30 

2-i] 3rd Sunday after Whitsuntide. Luke 14 : 16 — 24. Days' length 14 hours 50 min. 



2|4 
14 
14 
14 
.14 

Ik 



26 

27 



36l7 
36J7 
3517 



23'28 
24J29 
24'30 
24 ! 31 

24L/: 



14 Sunday 

15 Monday 

16 Tuesday 

17 Wednes. 

18 Thurs. 

19 Friday 

20 Satur. 



Heliseus 

Vitus 

Rolandus 

St. Alban 

jArnolphus 

iGervasius 

;Sylvarius 



12 22 


])sets. 


4»25 


, 1 12 


9 4 


HB 8 


| 1 52 


9 49 


»mo 


1 2 40 


10 25 


<& 2 


; 3 28 


10 58 


<ft-14 


| 4 14 


11 24 


<ef26 


i 5 611 48 


£* 8 



JpKl4th d])<j. n 
iPdj)?. Alt. S. 12 10 
d])5. 2 sets 9 28 
Wega South 12 48 
Librae South 9 24 
14 sets 11 39 
T? rises 10 49 



14 35 


7 25 


l|4 35 


7 25 


14 35 


7 25 


14 35 


7 25 


l f 4 35 


7 25 


14 35 


7 25 


14 35 


7 25 



25] 4th Sunday after Whitsuntide. Luke 15 : 1 — 10. Days' length 14 hours &2 min. 



21 Sunday 
22. Monday 
23 Tuesday 



Raphael 

Achatius 

Agrippina 



'' 24 Wednes. John Bapt 



So Thurs. 

26 Friday 

27 Satur. 



Elogius 
Jeremiah 
7 Sleepers 



5 
6 

7 

I 8 

9 

|10 



55 morn. 
40J12 28 
2812 
10 ! 1 
4 1 
44 1 2 
321 2 



<2*20 
Sfe 2 



rffcI4 



,m21. ©ent.H 
'W^inano Sumrner 

2> iU - <*\JV. commences, 

$ sets 9 26 



ongesf 
day, 



50 

12^26 Regulus sets 10 34 
38'cjg 9 7* rises 1 58 
10cflg22 2{ sets 11 16 
49'$$ 6T? rises 10 18 



i x ; 4 u 


7 26 


! 24 35 


7 25 


j 24 35 


7 25 


2'4 35 


7 25 


24 35 


7 25 


2 4 35 


7 25 


34 35 


7 25 



9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 



26] 5th Sunday after Whitsuntide Luke 6 : 3G*— 42. Days' length 14 hours 50 min. 



28 Sunday iLeo ill 201 3 18 

29 Monday [Peier&Paul morn. prises 

30 Tuesday Lucian |12 18; 8 55 



Sjj$20j$ gr. Elong. East 
^ 5!^Qk29th.$setsS20 u\ 
^20|^^Spica sets 12 8 



3|4 
3 4 
84 



35 7 
367 
367 



2516 
2417 
24J18 



MOON'S rilASES. 

Last Quarter the 7th, at 7 o'clock 32 min., morning. | First Quarter the 21st, at 2 o'clock 10 lain., afternoon. 
Now Moon the 14th, at 1 o'clock 6 min., morning. [ Full Moon the 29tb, at 1 o'clock 1 min., afternoon. 

CONJECTURES OF THE WEATHER. 

lat, 2nd fair; Sad, 4th variable ; 5th, Cih, 7th fair; 8th, 9th thunder showers; 10th, 11th, 12th fair; 13th, 
14th warm ; 15th, 10th, 17th thunder showers ; 18th, 19th, 20th clear ; 21st. 22ud warm ; 23rd thunder showers ; 
24th, 25th, 26th clear ; 27th cloudy ; 28th, 29th, 80th warm, sultry. 



Yeae.] 



PILGRIM ALMANAC. 



[1874. 



Oak, and Hans Jacob Bashor and George Kline j 
for Swatard, Berks Co. district. 

In the year 1798 or 1800 was the Swatara dis- j 
trict again devided into two districts, as Little and 
Big Swatara. 

Now, or from this time, my manuscript covers | 
the Conestoga Congregation only ; writt en from 
time to time by Eichenberger an^l;»j> Stull. 
After Eichenberger went away, in W Hr 1801, 
was David Kemfer chosen to the minimy, and Ja- 
cob Stoll, Bishop. After that, while the Congre- 
gation increased, was in 1815 Jacob Pfoutz and 
Abraham Zug both chosen for speakers. In 1822 
Jacob Stoll died in his 92nd year. He was a Bishop 
67 years. 

In 1823 are Jacob Pfoutz and Abraham Zug, 
both, by the laying on of hands ordained to the 
office of Bishopiick. ^ 

1831 was Christian Bomberger chosen for 
speaker in Conestoga Congregation. 

1832 David Kempfer died at the age of 81 
years. 

1841 Abraham Zug died ; his age was 69 years, 

4 months and 22 days. 

October 5th, 1841, was organized the Tulpen- 
hocken Congregation from a part of Conestoga, a 
part of White Oak, and from a part of the Little 
Swatara, and John Zug was chosen for their min- 
ister. Named Tulpenhocken. 

1840 Christian* Hupp was chosen for a minister. 

1844 Joseph Myers was chosen for a minister. 

1845 Jacob Keinhold became a minister. 
1849 Israel Myers was chosen for a minister. 
1864 Bishop Jacob Pfoutz died, aged 87 years, 

5 months and 25 days. Was a minister and Bish- 
op 49 years in Conestoga. 

Jan. 1864, again is the Conestoga Congrega- 
tion divided into three districts, the one named 
Conestoga, the other Ephrata and the other West- 
Conestoga. and Samuel Harley chosen for minister. 

1866 Willam Tries was chosen to the ministry. 

1866 Samuel Myers and Jacob Hockman were 
chosen ministers. 

1870 Isaac Sherk was chosen to the ministry. 

1870 Israel Myers died, aged, 56 years, 4 
months and 20 clays. C Bomberger. 




are determined to spare no pains in making it an 
able exponent of the principles of primitive and 
practical Christianity. 



Show Your Almanac. 



Annual Meeting for 1874* 

The Lord willing, the Annual Meeting for 1874 
will be held in the Southern District of Illinois, 
McCoupin Co., in the Otter Creek Congregation, 
25 miles south of Springfield, at the residence of 
brother Joseph Filbuns, about 200 yards from the 
St. Louis, Alton & Chicago Railroad. 



You will confer a favor on us by showing" this 
Almanac to your neighbors, brethren, sisters and 
friends. Tell them by sending us $1.50 they will 
get the Weekly Pilgrim for a whole year, and an 
Almanac free and we feel certain that you can 
send us several subscribers. We are anxious that 
all may be concerned in the welfare of our period- 
ical and influence others to subscribe for it. We 



DISTRICT MEETINGS. 



Western Maryland. On the second Thurs- 
day of April, at Brownsville, Washington Co.. 
Md. E. Slifel. 

Eastern Maryland. On the first Tuesday 
after Easter Sunday, in Giossnickle's Meetinghouse, 



Middletown Valley, Md. 



Eli Stoner. 



Northern District oe Missouri. On the 
last Mondayjn March, at the Brethren's Meeting- 
house in the Wakandah Branch, Ray Co., Mo. 
Those coming by railroad will stop off at Harden. 
A general representation is desired on account of 
deferred business from la c t year, on account of 
non-representation. Eli Mutz, Clerk, 

C. C. Root, Asst. 

Eastern District oe Pa. One week before 
Ascension Day at Hatfield, Montgomery Co., Pa. 
Jeemiah "Rothermel. 

Northern Indiana. On the fourth Thurs- 
day before Pentecost. J. Calvert. 

Middle District of Pa. On the fourth 

Tuesday after Easter, with the brethren of Upper 
Codoras, York Co., Pa. 

Tennessee District. Will be held with the 
brethren of the Cedar Grove Church, commencing 
on Good Friday of 1874. Those coming by raii- 
coad east Or west, on the E. Tenn., Va.. & Ga. R. 
R., will stop at Rogersville, the present terminus 
of the road and 6 miles from place of meetiug. 

H. M. Siierfy. 

Western" District of Pa. Will be held in 
he Middle Creek Congregation, Somerset Co., 
Pa., time not given. 



r 



1874] 

Days & Weeks. Remarkable Days, 



JULY. 



[31 Days. 



MOON 
SOUTH. 

n. m. 


MOON 
R. ft S. 
H. M. 


Moon's 
Signs. 



ASPECTS OF PLANETS, 

and 
OTHER MISCELLANY. 



'SUN 

slo. 

M. 



1 Wednes. 

2 Thurs. 

3 Friday 

4 Satur. 



Theobald 
Visit V. M. 
Cornelius 
Independ. 



18 9 38|^ 4 $ sets 9 24 \j 

9 10 19|^19 d D T?. T? rises 10 
10 42'iS 4© ' 



54 
4G 



sxtist 



m 



30 
Rises & Sets. £iF 

II. M. I H. M. P t) 



11 10 



27] 6th Sunday after Whitsuntide. 



S; 4y in apogee 
ggl 9 2f sd g tf_4G 

Luke. 5 : 1™ ! ~~D 



34 
44 

4!4 

4I4 



36 
37 
37 
37 



7 24 

7 23 
7 23 
7 23 



19 
20 
21 

9.9 



Days' length 14 hours 44 nnu. 



5 Sunday 


Demetrius 


4 49 


11 35 


ff* 3 


/^ £• ^ c? O 


4 


4 38 


7 22 


23 


6 Monday 


John Huss 


5 58 


11 59 


fl*l* 


\JL,6. Regul.sets9 44 


4 


4 38 


7 22 


24 


7 Tuesday 


Edelburga 


6 46 


morn. 


** 


3) in per. If sets 10 34 


4 


4 38 


7 22 


25 


8 Wednes. 


Aquilla 


7 42 


12 23 


*»13 


T ? rises 9 32 


5 


4 39 


7 21 


26 


9 Thurs. 


Zeno 


8 36 


12 54 


**26 


5 in Aphelion 


5 


4 39 


7 21 


27 


10 Friday 


Israel 


9 28 


1 26 


rt* ^ 


$ sets 9 16 


5 


4 40 


7 20 


28 


11 Satur. 


Pius 


10 16 


2 5 


«*22 


^stationary 


5 


4 40 


7 20 


29 



28] 7 th Sunday after Whitsuntide. Matt. 5 : 20 — 26. Days' length 11 hours 38 min. 



12 Sunday 

13 Monday 

14 Tuesday 



Henry 

Margaret 
Bonavent 



15 Wednes. J#osik£da. 

16 Thurs. Hilary 

17 Friday Alexius 

18 Satur. Maternus 



11 


8 


12 


2 


12 


52 


1 


44 


2 


30; 


! 3 


12 


1 3 


56| 



8 

9 

9 

10 



2 50« 4 

5sets.>i816 
8 25;HHS29 
25^11 
28£f23 
50j M 5 
121*16 



Rigel rises 
13th. 



3 45 n 5 

6DJ ! 5 

, 6D$. *&£ 
Spica sets 11 6 

d3)$. 2 sets 9 10 

T? rises 9 2 

d 3) If. If sets 10 9 



41 
41 
42 
43 7 



43 
44 
45 



19 
19 
18 
17 
17 
16 
15 



30 

J 

2 

3 

4 



29] 8th Sunday after Whitsuntide. Mark. 8 : 1 — 9. Days' length 14 hours 30 min. 



19 Sunday 

20 Monday 

21 Tuesday 

22 Wednes. 

23 Thurs. 

24 Friday 

25 Satur. 



Ruffina 


4 34 


10 33 


^28 


Elias 


5 20 


10 54 


2^10 


Praxedes 


6 4 


11 20 


tf&22 


MaryMagd. 


6 54 


morn. 


<* 5 


Apollinar. 


7 46 


12 10 


mgif 


Christiana 


6 38 


12 42 


m 


St. James 


9 36 


1 20 


*$14 



7* rises 12 18 
D in apogee. 8 

1%21.Arct.sets 118 
fAltain S. 11 36 
□ Nept. 0. ©ent.<g£ 
$ sets 9 2 
d £ © inferior 



457 
467 

477 
48 7 



15 
14 



49 



13 9 
12,10 



7 11 11 



50J7 
507 



10J12 
1013 



30] Oth Sunday after Whitsuntide 

26 Sunday \St. Anna 

27 Monday Martha 

28 Tuesday Pantaloon 

29 Wednes. Beatrix 

30 Thurs. JAbdon 

31 Friday jGermanns 



Matt. 7 : 15—23. Days' length 14 hours 18 min. 



10 33 


2 24 


^28 


11 30 


3 29 


^13 


morn. 


3) rises 


^28 


12 19 


8 28 


S&13 


1 9 


9 10 


^28 


1 59 


10 4 


SS13 



If sets 9 38 vj 

Antares South 7 55 • 
28th. T?rises8 26 

Aldebaran rises 12 53 
Regulus sets 8 4 



6 


4 51 


7 


9 


6 


4 52 


7 


8 


6 


4 53 


7 


7 


6 


4 54 


7 


6 


6 


4 55 




5 


6 


4 56 


7 


4 



14 
15 
16 
17 

18 
19 



MOON'S PHASES. 

Last Quarter tlio 6th, at 12 o'clock 17 ruin., aflcrnoou. I First Quarter the 21st, at 7 o'clock, 40 min., morning. 
New Moon the 18th, at 10 o'clock 42 min., forenoon. | Full Moon the 28th, at 11 o'clock min., CTcning. 

CONJECTURES OF THE WEATHER. 

1st, 2nd warm with showers ; 8rd, 4th, 5th fair ; Gth showers; 7th, 8th, 0th variable ; lOlh, 11th clear ; 12th, 
18th etormy ; 14th, 16th, lGth fair ; 17th, 18th warm ; 19th Warmest day ; 20th thunder ; 21st, 22nd, 23rd clear; 
24th, 25th, 2Gth fair ; 27th, 28th variable; 29th thunder showers; 30th, 31st clear. 

Maes ii the Gth in Conjunction with the Sun, and cannot be seen. 






Yeae] 



PILGRIM ALMANAC. 



[1874 




Number of Ministers in the Different 
States. 

The following is the number of ministers of the 
Brethren as now reported: 

Pennsylvania, 290; Indiana, 165; Ohio, 155; 
Virginia. i()0; Iowa, 95 ; Illinois. 92; Maryland 48; 
W. Virgmia. 46 ; Tennessee, 32 ; Missouri.'28 ; Kan- 
sas. 24; Nebraska 15 ; Michigan. 9 ; Minnesota, V ; 
Wisconsin, 4 ; California, 3 ; New Jersey, 2; Ore- 
goo, 3 ; Georgia. 8, making in all 1237 as our pres- 
ent reported force which is perhaps nearly 300 
less than what there really is if all were reported. 



Our Ministerial List. 

Our list for this year is a great improvement 
on that of last, both in the arrangement and the 
large number of corrections and additions of names 
made that were.not published before, Still we are 
aware that it is not complete and will not be until 
those who^e names are yet unpublished become 
sufficiently interested to attend to it themselves. 

.— pi O ffli im 

Ministerial List. 

Allen Thomas, Center View, Johnson co , Mo. 
Allensworth John B , Vincennes, Knox co., Ind. 
America Sylvanus, Merriam, Noble co., Ind. 
Amich Joseph, Burnett's Creek, White co., Ind. 
Anglemyer John, New Paris, Elkhart co., Ind. 
Appleman Adam, Plymouth, Marshall co., Ind. 
Arnold Joseph, Brandt, Miami co., Ohio. 
Arnold Whitm<re, Somerset, Perry co., Ohio. 
Arnold Sol. G , Limestone, Washington co ,Tenn. 
Arnold Daniel, Center View, Johnson co., Mo. 
Arnold Joseph, Diyton, Miami co., Ohio. 
Arnold Joseph, Burlington, Mineral co., W. Va. 
Arnold D B , '■ 

Arnold Peter, ' : '' u 

Aukney Isaac, Poplar, Wyandot co., Ohio 
Ayers John, Paola, Miami co , Kan. " 
Bicon William, Des Moines, Polkco., Iowa. 
Badger Robert, Dallas Center, Dallas co., Iowa. 
Bahr Jacob, Moulton Appanoose co , Iowa. 
Baily William, Raleigh C. H„ Raleigh co., W. Va. 
Baily Garrett, Miller's Mills, Davidson co , N. C. 
Baily Thomas, Mt. Etna, Huntington co., lud. 
Baker George R., Altona, Polk co., Iowa. 
BakerD.N.,NewtonStephensburg,Frederickco..Va. 
Baker John, Myersviile, Frederick co., Md. 
Baker Wm., Box 122 Carthage, Jasper co , Mo. 
Baker Joshua, Arcanum, Darke co., Ohio. 
Baker Samuel, Greenville Darke co., Ohio. 
Bakener Fred., Quinoy, Franklin co., Pa. 
Balsbaugh Daniel, Wolneytown, Miami co., Ind. 
Barklow David, Ott, Coos co., Oregon. 
Barklow Samuel, " " l * 

Barnhart George, Walkerton, St. Joseph co., Ind 
Barnhart J. N., " rt « 



Barnhart George, Gogginsviile. Franklin co , Pa. 
Barnhart Abraham, " « « 

Barnhart J< hn, Mahomet, Champaign co., 111. 
B trnhart Jeremiah, Retreat, Franklin co , Va. 
Barnhart Daniel, Ceutropolis, Franklin co . Kan. 
Bare Henry, W. Alexandria, Preble co., Ohio. 
Barkley Josiah, Somerset Somerset co., Pa. 
Barkloo Samuel, Ontario, Story co., Iowa. 
Batkloo David, " « <; 

Barnes Flemon, Brandonville, Preston co., W. Va. 
Barton James, Corunna, Dekalb co., Ind. 
Bartone Isaac, Millerstown, Perry co., Pa. 
Bashor John, Jonesborougb, Washington co.. Tenn. 
Bashor Benjamin, W r hitesville, Andrew co., Mo. 
Bashor Conrad, Jouesborough, Washington co.,Tenn. 
Bates David, Fairfield, Greene co.. Ohio. 
Bauman W. J. H., Nora Springs, Floyd co., Iowa. 
Beackley J;?cob, Somerfield, Somerset co., Pa. 
Beihm Henry, Salem, Roanoke co., Va. 
Beagle Eli, Dunkirk, Hardin co., Ohio. 
Beaver John L , MifHinburg, Union co„ Pa. 
Beaver Adam, Lewisburg, " '* 

Beale Jesse, Waterloo, Black Hawk co , Iowa. 
Bear M. T., Lake Mills,. Van Buren co., Mich. 
Beekner Abr., Whitesburg, Washington co., Tenn. 
Beekner Perry, Bull's Gap, " " 

Beekner Joseph, Markleysburg, Fayette co., Pa. 
Becker G. S., Elizabethtown. Lancaster co., Pa. 
Bechtelheimer D , Sevastapol, Kosciusko co , Ind. 
Beeghley Josiah, Accident, Alleghany co., Md. 
Beer Jos. W., Dale City, Somerset co., Pa. 
Beer Peter, Decker's Point. Indiana co, Pa. 
Beelman Adam, Dillsburg, York co., Pa. 
Bennet J. M., Jones' Mills, Westmoreland co, Pa. 
Benchhoof Solom., Johnstown, Cambria co., Pa. 
Berkey Jacob, Goshen, Elkhart co , Ind. 
Berkey Isaac, 4 - t£ « 

Berkey Joseph, Scalp Level, Cambria co , Pa. 
Berkley Cornelius, Dale City. Somerset co , Pa. 
Berry Thomas, Whitehorn, Washington co., Tenn. 
Berkeybile A. J, Delta, Fulton co., Ohio. 
Berkeybile R. K , Berkey, Lucas co , Ohio. 
Beshor Benjamin, Whitesville, Audrew co., Mo. 
Beshor Joseph, '• " « 

Beshor Andrew, Oakland Mills, Juniata co., Pa. 
Bigler Andrew, Goshen, Elkhart co., Ind. 
Billheimer I. Jonesborough, Washington co., Tenn. 
Binkley R. H., Huntington, Huntington co , Ind. 
Binkley 11. K., Huntington. Huntington co., Ind, 
Biser Solomon, Burlington, Mineral co., W. Va. 
Black A. G-, Macomb, Macomb co., 111. 



W 1874] 



AUGUST. 



[31 Days. 



MOON MOON 

Pa73 k Weeks. Remarkable Days, south, r. a s. 

|h. m.'h. m. 



Moon's 
Signs. 



ASPECTS OF PLANETS, 

and 
OTHER MISCELLANY. 



'Sun ! 

jslo.j 

| M. H. M. | II. M 



sxrisr 

Rises & Sets. 



CO 



1 Satur. \LammascVy\ 2 4810 30 ^ 2 8,3) in per, gsets 8 52 \j\ 6j4 5 7J7 3|20 
31] 10th Sunday after Whitsuntide. Luke. 16 : 1 — 9. Days' length 14 hours 4 min. 



2 Sunday j Stephen 3 

3 Monday (Augustus 4 

4 Tuesday I Donii nick 5 

5 Wednes.'Oswald 6 

6 Thurs. \Tr.of Christ 7 

7 Friday Godfrey I 8 

8 Satur. |Enielius | 9 



4610 56-0*13 
4711 24:^27 
49 11 54^10 
41 morn.1^23 
32 12 10$& 6 



11 sets 9 8 

d ¥ ©• 8 b O 
4th. $ stationary 
7? south 11 56 
rises 11 7 



22J23 50|*|19 Sinus rises 4 29 
11 1 36,^ 1 $ sets 8 44 



64 

64 
65 
65 
65 

as 



58 

59 





16 
26 
36 
416 



2J21 

1 22 
0,23 

5924 
5825 
5726 
5627 



32] Hth Sunday after Whitsuntide. Luke 19 : 41 — 48. Days' length 13 hours 50 



nam. 



Ericus i 9 

St Lawrence 10 



9 Sunday^ 

10 Monday 

11 Tuesday Titus |11 

12 Wednes. Clara . 12 

13 Thurs. jHildebert 1 

14 Friday iEusebius 2 

15 Satur. {Asm. V.M. 2 



56 
49 
46 
40 

28 
14 

54 



2 32 

3 30 
5 sets 



38 

2 

30 

56 



*15 
*26 

« 8 
«20 

a* 2 

^25 



% sets 8 50 
3)d£. $. prises 4 12 
11. Orion ris. 158 
d 2 If 
8 gr- Elong. West 
5 rises 4 36 
3) d 1/. $. % sets 8 36 



o o 

5J5 
55 

45 
45 



6 

7 
8 
9J6 

10|6 

126 



55 
54 
53 
52 
51 
50 
48 



28 
29 
30 
31 
A 
2 
3 



33] 12th Sunday after Whitsuntide. Luke 18 : 9— 14. Days' length 13 hours 34 min. 



16 Sunday 

17 Monday 

18 Tuesday 



Rochus 

Bertram 

x\gapetus 



19 Wednes.lSebaldus 

20 Thurs. 

21 Friday 

22 Satur. 



'Bernard 
iRebecca 
jPhilibert 



36 
20 

8 



9 

9 

10 



4810 
3011 



14tffc 7 
39y!&19 

39k$gl3 
14ic|g26 



10 morn. !gg$ 9 

54112 4 r ^23 



2 m S- ? sets 8 36 
]) in apo. g 
^ south 11 17 
Sirius rises 3 44 

||20th. <? rises 3 56! 

PWe^aSouth8 32; 



4 5 13 6 47 

45 
35 
35 
35 

? in Perihelion. 6%$\ 3,5 20'6 



146 
15,6 
17.6 

18 ! 6 
19'6 



46 
45 
43 
42 
41 
40 



4 
5 

6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



31] 13th Sunday after Whitsuntide. Mark. 7 : 3l— 37. Days' length 13 hours 18 min. 



23 Sunday 

24 Monday 



Zaccheus i 8 42 
St. Barthol. 9 43 

25 Tuesday ;Ludovicus 10 44 

26 Wednes.|Samuel 11 48 

27 Thurs. Gebhard morn. 

28 Friday \B.Awwtin\l2 40 

29 Satur. \St,Jolinleh\ 1 37 
35] 14th Sunday after Whitsuntide 

30 Sunday Benjamin 2 30 



1 2^ 7 


1 59 


^21 


2 52 


Ok 6 


3 46M31 


3)rises3K 7 


7 37 3£ 22 


8 eU 7 



Dog days 
end. 



©enters^ \j 
? sets 8 22 

dCb- h South 10 48 
% gr. Hel. Lat. N. 
^27th. 7/ sets 7 58 

rises 9 44 
3 in per. $ sets 3 49 



w* 1 



25 

2 5 

i\ 

25 

15 
15 

15 



216 
226 
24 ! 6 

256 
266 
276 

286 



3911 
3812 
3613 
3514 
34 15 
33 16 
32 17 



Luke 10 

8 8§E522ja; 



23—37. Days' length 13 hours 2 min. 

Altair South910 5 2916 3118 
31 Monday [Paulinus ; 3 44J 9 25Jj gf 6 Orion rises 12 44 5 316 29^L9 



MOON'8 

Last Quarter the 4th, at 5 o'clock 1 min. evening. 
New Moon the 11th. at 10 o'clock 14 min. evening. 



IMIA8E8. 

j Kii t Quarter the 20th. at. 1 o'clock 7 min. morning. 
I Full Moon the 27th. at 7 o'clock 42 min. morning. 
CONJECTURES OF THE WE ATI! BR. 
^n w . cls !'o 2 ^ d ,hunder *«*«»; 3rd, 4th, 5th fair, clear; 6th,7thwarm ; 8th. 9th thunder showers; 10th, 11th 
12th fair; 13th, llt]i, 15th sultry ; 1 6th thunder / 17th, 18th, 19th pleasant s 20th 21st, 22nd warm : 23rd 24th 
thunder showers; 25tb, 2Cth fair : 27th thunder; 28th, 29th clear ! 30th, 31st fair 
Saturn is the 3rd, in Opposition with the Sun, and shines all night, 






Yeah.] 



PILGRIM ALMANAC. 



[1874. 



Blocher David, Gettysburg, Adams co , Pa. 
B lough Tobias, Davidsville, Somerset co., Pa. 
Biough J. W., '« '■ 

Biough E. J., Stanton's Mills, 
Biough Valentine, Somerset, " - ; 

Biough Jacob, Berlin, t: " 

Bock David, Quincy, Franklia co., Pa. 
Bock Daniel, Miamisburg, Montgomery co., Ohio. 
Bock Samuel, Ovid, Madison co , Ind. 
Boice Samuel, Elizabeth, Wirt co., W. Ya. 
Bollinger Gideon, Chatham Center, Medina co., O. 
Bomberger Christ., Rothsville, Lancaster co., Pa. 
Bond Thomas, French Creek, Upshur co., W. Va. 
Bonebrak D. H., Jackson Hall, Franklin co., Pa. 
Book Edmond, Blair, Perry co., Pa. 
Book Isaac, Shade Valley, Huntingdon co., Pa. 
Borger Jos., Jones' Mills, Westmoreland co., Pa 
Bosely David, Bulltown, Braxton co., W. Va. 
Bosserman Eliazer, Dunkirk, Hardin co , Ohio. 
Bosserman Daniel, u " " 

Bosserman David, Gettysburg, Adams co., Pa. 
Bowers Peter, Noble, Richland co., 111. 
Bowers David, Hartville, Stark co., Ohio, 
Bowers Martin, Clark's Mills, Tippecanoe co., Ind. 
BQwers A. J., Clouser's Mills, Montgomery co., Ind. 
Bowers Abm., " " " 

Bower John, Willow Spring, Douglass co., Kan. 
Bowser Peter, Codorus, York co., Pa. 
Bowman A. L., Griers Point, Perry co , Pa. 
Bowman J. W.,.Altona, Polk co., Iowa. 
Bowman D. Hagerstown, V/ayne co., Inch 
Bowman Jacob, " " " 

Bowman Daniel, " l * '• 

Bowman D., Dayton, Tippecanoe co., Ind. 
Bowman Benj., " " " 

Bowman N. R., Peru, Miami co., Ind. 
Bowman John, Bonbrook, Franklin co., Ya. 
Bowman David, New Lebanon, Montgomery co.. 0. 
Bowman Peter, Little River. Floyd co., Va. 
Bowman Peter, Camp Creek, Floyd co , Tenn. 
Bowman Daniel, Peru, Miami co., Ind. 
Bowman Jos., Jonesborough, Washington co., Tenn. 
Bowser Daniel, Peru, Miami co., Ind. 
Bowshe Benj., Winamac, Pulaski co., Ind. 
Boyer Win., Mt. Alto, Franklin co., Pa. 
Boyer Allen, Lena, Stephenson co., 111. 
Brallin Samuel, Ebensburg. Cambria co., Pa. 
Brallin Daniel, " » " 

Bricke Z. W., Clay Lick, Franklin co., Pa. 
Bright Isaac, Dayton, Montgomery co., Ohio. 
Brilhart John, Chatfield, Crawford co., Ohio. 
Brindle Cyru?. Allen Cumberland co., Pa. 
Brindle John, Martinsburg, Berkeley co., W. Va. 
Brough Andrew, East Berlin, Adams co., Ohio. 
Brovand Henry, Greentown, Stark co., Ohio. 
Brower George, Mexico., Miami co., Ind. 
Brower David, Salem, Marion co., Oregon. 
Brower Jacob, " " w 




| Brower C. M., " " " 

; Brower Joel, Ervin, Howard co., Ind. 

Brower E. L., Waynesborough, Augusta #0., Ya. 

Brower John, Hermitage, " " 

Brower Daniel, Lima, Allen co., Ohio. 

Brown Peter, Hampton, Adams co.,. Pa. 

Brown Adam, '* ' c " 

Brown Jeremiah, Urbana, Frederick co., Md. 

Brown P. J., Congress, Wayne co., Ohio. 

Brown S. H., Batavia, Jefferson co., Iowa. 

Brubaker Henry, Romeo, Greene co., Tenn. 

Brubaker John, " " " 

Brubaker Jonathan,' 1 " " 

Brubaker Nich., Dayton, Montgomery co., Ohio. 

Brubaker Moses, Salem, Rockingham co., Va. 
! Brubaker P., Centropolis, Franklin co , Kan. 
i Brubaker Eli, Salem, Rockingham co., Va. 
I Brubaker John, '* '■ " 

| Brubaker D. E., Iowa Center, Story co., Iowa. 
| Brubaker David, Loudenville, Ashland co., Ohio. 
; Brubaker Christian, Neffsville, Lancaster co., Pa. 
! Brumbaugh D., New Lebanon, Montgomery co.,0. 
! Brumbaugh II., New Baltimore, Stark co., Ohio. 
: Brumbaugh Geo., Grafton, Huntingdon co., Pa. 

! Brumbaugh . ,Huntingdon . " " 

j Brumbaugh Jno., Grafton, " " 

Brumbaugh G. B , James Creek, i% a 

Brumbaugh J. W., Clover Creek, Blair " 

Brumbaugh G. W., 

Brumbaugh Geo., c " " 

Brumbaugh David,Fontanelle, Washington co.,Neb. 

Brunk Henry, Greentown, Howard co , Ind. 

Brunk Jos., Menomonee, Dunn co., Wis. 
| Bruner Ed. S., Frederick City, Frederick co., Md. 
! Bryant Win., Clark's Hill, Tippecanoe co., Ind. 
! Buckalew Sol , Tunnel ton, Preston co , W. Va. 
j Buckalew Wm., Steer Creek, Gilmer co., W.Va. 
! Bucher Joseph, Dillsburg, York co., Pa. 
| Bucher George, Cornwell, Lebanon co., Pa. 
I Bucher Christian, Shaofferstown/' u 

i Bucher John, Abbottstown, Adams co., Pa. 

Buck Jacob, Plymouth, Lyon co., Kan. 

Bueckly E. K., Waterloo, Black Hawk co., Iowa. 

Bueckly Jeremiah, Accident, Alleghany co., Mi. 

Bueckly David, Liscomb, Marshall co., Iowa. 

Bueckly Benj , Janelew, Lewis co., W.Va. 

Bueckly Benj., Hudson, Black Hawk co., Iowa. 

Burnett J. G., Winamac, Pulaski co., Ind. 

Burger Jos., Donegal, Westmoreland co., Pa. 

Burkholder John, New Paris, Elkhart co., Ind. 

Burkhart Jos., Mineral Point, Cambria eo., Pa. 



r 18^4] 



SEPTEMBER. 



[30 Days. 



j MOON I MOON 

Days & Weeks, j Remarkable Days, south. Jr. & s. 



m.:h. 



Moon's 
Signs. 



ASPECTS OF PLANETS, 

and 

OTIIER MISCELLANY. 



Sun stjn 

fast Rises & Sets. 
M. H. M. | H. » 






1 Tuesday Egidius 

2 .Wed nes. Eliza 

3 Thurs. Mansuetus 
Friday 



4 

5 Satur. 



Moses 
Nathaniel 



48J10 38'^19 ? gr. Hel. Lat. N. u 
49,11 8j£ft 3'/#N2nd. $ sets 8 12 



4o|ll 50 

28, morn. 



«16 




7f sets 7 32 



^,28 T? South 10 6 



1012 42 HBlSAldebaran rises 10 37 



05 
05 



15 



326 
336 
356 
366 
376 



28 20 

27J21 

2522 
2423 
23,24 



36] 15th Sunday afteh Whitsuntide. Luke 17 : 11—19. Days' 



length 



12 hours 42 min. 



6 Sunday Magnus 

7 Monday Regina 

8 Tuesday [Nat. V. M. 

9 Wed nes. Bruno 

10 Thurs. jPulclieria 

11 Friday 'Protus 

12 Satur. \J. WicUiffe 



8 


50 


9 


40 


10 


21 


11 


11 


11 


58 


12 


42 


1 


31 



1 36 Hfg23 Sirius rises 2 30 

2 34:<gjjp 5 d $ © superior 

3 36<#17<5 3)<?. S rises 3 41 

4 38;<#29$ sets 8 4 

fP^lO. d^.bS.9 40 
» 7* rises 8 56 



3 sets^ll 



( ^23 

30|j^^ 5 



D If. If sets 7 4 




37] 16th Sunday after Whitsuntide. Matt. 6 : 24 — 34. Days' 



length 



12 hours 24 min. 



13 Sunday 


Araatus 


2 18 


7 56*^17 


Fomal South 11 24 


4 


5 48 


6 12 


S 


14 Monday 


Elev.I~Iol r \ 


2 59 


8 26^29 


3) in apo. Q. d 3) $ 


4 


5 49 


6 11 


o 


15 Tuesday 


Frederica 


3 46 


8 56cflgll 


$ sets 7 56 


6 


5 50 


6 10 


*3 


16 Wed nes. 


Emberday 


4 30 


9 30<flg23 


£ rises 3 22 


5 


5 52 


6 8 


4 


17 Thurs. 


Lambert us 


5 12 


10 16'<f$ 6 


T? South 9 18 


5 


5 53 


6 7 


5 


18 Friday 


Siegfried 


5 52 11 12 #316 


^mi8th. % sets 6 44 


6 


5 546 6 


6 


19 Satur. 


Micleta 


6 40 morn. ^ 2 


sJPSirtus ris. 149 U 


6 


5 56 6 4 


7 



38] 17th Sunday after Whitsuntide. Luke. 7 : 11 — 17. Days' length 12 hours 6 min. 



20 Sunday 

21 Monday 

22 Tuesday 

23 Wed nes. 

24 Thurs. 

25 Friday 

26 Satur. 



Jonas 

St. Matthew 

Maurice 

Hoseas 

St. John con. 

jCleophas 

Justina 



7 36 


12 6 


^16| 


8 32 


1 12 


#h 1 


9 28 


2 24 


S&15 


10 27 


3 28 


SB °, 


11 26 


4 36 


*15 


morn. 


3) rises 


c^ 1 


12 18 


6 36 


**15| 



? id Aphelion 

6 S T?. d 2) T? 
$ sets 7 48 
©enters^ d ^™' 
Autumn commences 
^ J\ 25th. T? South 8 50 
3) in perigee 



75 
75 

86 
86 
86 
9 6 



57,6 
58.!6 
596 
06 
25 
35 
45 



8 
9 

10 
11 



5812 

5713 
56 14 



39] 1 8th Sunday after Whitsuntide. Luke ]4 : 1 — 11. Days' length 11 hours 48 



27 Sunday 


Cosmus 


1 10 


7 4 


ft 


Q. <J rises 3 12 


9 6 6 


5 54 15 


28 Monday 


Wunceslaus 


2 1 


7 36 


>*28 


2 gr. Elong. East 


96 7 


5 53 


16 


29 Tuesday 


St. Michael 


2 52 


8 10 


Aldebaran rises 9 8 


106 8 


5 52 


17 


30 Wed ties. Jerome 


3 49 


8 50 


»H 


7* rises 7 46 


106 10 


5 50 


18 



MOON'S r»n A.SES. 



Last Quarter the 2nd, at 11 o'clock 7 min. evening. 
New Moon the 10th, at 12 o'clock 26 min. afternoon. 



First Quarter the I8lh, at 5 o'clock 10 min. evening. 
Full Moon the 23th, at 4 o'clock 21 min. evening. 



CONJECTURES OF THE WEATHER. 

Thr* 1st, 2nd, Hrl warm: 4th, 5»h .thunder : 6th, 7th, 8th clear; 0th, 10th, 11th warm: 12th. 13th showera 
14th, 1 *th, Kith pleasant ; 17th, 18ih, 10th warm ; 20th, 2Ut, 22ud clear ; 23rd, 24th cloudy ; 23th, 26th storm 
27th, 29lk. 29th, 80th fair. 



Year] 



PILGRIM ALMANAC. 



[1874. 



Burgo.rd J. G , Fandon, McDonough co., 111. 
Bushman, Michael, Gettysburg, Adams co., Pa. 
Butterbaugh Jac, Liscomb, Marshall co , Iowa. 
Butterbaugh David, Lanark, Carroll co., 111. 
Byers William, Ebeosburg, Cambria co., Pa. 
Byers David, Maximo, Stark co., Ohio. 
Caldwalader John, Pleasant Hill, Miami co., Ohio. 
Calvert Jesse, Miltbrd, Kosciusko co., Ind. 
Calvert Ira , Lawranceville, Lawrence co., 111. 
Calvert Mills, Lovetts, Adams c,r., Ohio. 
Calvin Moses, Mt. Etna, Huntington co., Ind. 
Carpenter Joseph, Greentown, Howard co., Ind. 
Carrier Wm II., Farmland, Randolph co., Ind. 
CasselAbraaj.LovverProvidence,Montgomeryco ,Pa. 
Cassel Henry, Royer's Ford, '• " 

Castle W., Brownsville, Washington co., Md. 
Caylor John, Noblesville, Hamilton co , Ind. 
Caylor D S., Greentown, Howard co., Ind. 
Caylor Elias, Arcadia, Hamilton co., Ind. 
Christ Joho, Virden, Macoupin co., 111. 
Christ Jacob, Northhampton, Clark co., Ohio* 
Chapman Wm., Winamao, Pulaski co., Ind. 
Chambers D., Sulphur Springs, Crawford co., Ohio. 
Clapper D. S., Yellow Creek, Bedford co., Pa. 
Clapper Daniel, L misville. Stark co., Ohio. 
Clapper Henry, Yellow Creek, Bedford co., Pa. 
Clark Wm., lnwood, Marshall co., Ind. 
Clark William. Jolms<n City, Washington co.,Tenn. 
Clark Hendricks, Paula, Miami co , Kan. 
Clay Heury, Willard, Greene co., Mo. 
Clay Henry, Springfield, " ' 

Clemerit J. A , N. Georgetown, Columbiana co., O. 
Click Jiio., Ladoga. Montgomery en., Ind. 
Click John, Falls City, Richardson co , Neb. 
Cliue Jacob, Mt. Sidney, Augusta co., Va. 
Cline J"hn, Broadway Depot, Rockingham co., Va. 
Cline Michael, »■ " " « 

Cline Fred., Mt Clinton, « " 

Cline Samuel, Cross Keys, " « 

Clinginosmith John, Barry, Pike co., 111. 
# Cob.-r Enbram, Berlin, Somerset co , Pa. 
Cober J.P., (i » 

C'ichraii Martin. Farmington, Marion co., W. Va. 
Cochanower E , East Berlin. Somerset co., Pa. 
Conner Jacob, Pottstown, Montgomery co , Pa; 
Cook Wm. G., Plymouth, Marshall co., Ind. 
Coppock Samuel, Tippecanoe, Harrison co., Ohio. 
Corder J. H.. Livingston, Appanoose co., Iowa. 
Correll A J., Forest City, Holt co., Mo.' 
Cossner Martin, Grant C. H , Grant co., W. Va. 
Cosener Daniel, " « '« 

Cossner J F., < " 

Cast Andrew, Beaver Creek, Washington co., Md. 
Cotterman Francis, Enterprise, Hocking co., Ohio. 
Coover David. Cicero, Defiance co.. Ohio. 
Cox Samuel M , Sabbath Rest, Blair co.. Pa. 
Cripe D. C , Poplar Grove, Howard co., Ind. 
Cripe George, Warsaw, Kosciusko co., Ind. 




Cripe Isaac, Pyrmont, Carroll co., Ind. 
Cripe Jos., Salem, Marion co., 111. 
Cripe D. B , Egypt, Carroll eo , Ind. 
Cripe James, Liberty Mills, Wabash co., Ind. 
Crosswhite Jesse, Jonesborough, Wash, co., Tenn. 
Crumpacker Ab., Bla ckburg, "Montgomery co., Va. 
Crumpacker Peter, " " '• 

Custer Jacob, Hollowtown, Highland co., Ohio. 
Custer Josiah, Dumbarton, Adams co , Ohio. 
Danner Henry, Astoria, Fulton co , 111. 
Danner Jesse Summum, tC " 

Darst B. F., Zimmerman, Greene co., Ohio. 
Darst John, Troy, Miami co., Ohio. 
Davis C., Dunkirk, Hardin co., Ohio. 
Davy H. D., Casstown, Miami co, Ohio. 
Deardorff Daniel, Franklin Grove, Lee co., II] 
Deardorff A M, " 

Deeder Wm , Royevton, Delaware co., Ind. 
Deeter Absalom, Marshalltown, Marshall co., Iowa. 
DeHaven Jonas, Abilene, Dickenson co.. Kan. 
Denrich David D.. Rogersville, Hawkins co., Tenn. 
Detrick Abram, Salem, Columbiana co., Ohio. 
Dickey A. L , Ashland, Ashland co., Ohio. 
Diehl J. B., Adel, Dallas co , Iowa. 
Dehl J. W.. Panora, Guthrie co., Iowa. 
Dill Philip, Newtonia, Newton co., Mo. 
Dobbins J. T.. Wolcott, White co , Ind. 
Domer Jacob, Wawaka, Noble co , Ind. 
Drake Nathaniel, Inwo< d. Ma; shall co.. Iowa. 
Drake Jesse, Milford, Kosciusko co., Ind. 
Driver S imuel, Swoop's Depot. Augusta co., Va. 
Dunkin U.. Floyd C.B., Floyd co.,Va. 
Durand Sylvester, Waterville, Le Sueur co., Minn. 
Durst Juo. R.., Shade Mills, Alleghany co., Md. 
Early John, Foreston, Ogle co., 111. 
Ebert J hn L , Greenland. Grant co., W. Va. 
Ebersole J. P., Fostoria, Seneca co , Ohio. 
Eby John, Brimfield, Noble co., Ind. 
Eby Enoc-li, Or,m jeville, Stephenson co., 111. 
Eby I>aac, New Germantown Perry co., Pa. 
Eby Benjamin, Manheim. Lancaster co., Pa. 
Edgccomb R., Cerro Gordo, Piatt co., 111. 
EckermanDan. Middle Springs, Cumberland co.Pfl. 
Ed mister Warden, Mt. Vernon, Knox co., Ohio. 
Eikenberry John, Mexico, Miami co., Ind. 
Eikenberry J. E-, Green, Butler co., Iowa. 
Eikenberry J. F , '« " " 

Eikenberry Isaac, Delphi, Carroll co , Ind. 
Eikenberry Josiah, Gratis, Preble co., Ohio. 
Eiler Samuel, Sevastapol, Kosciusko co., Ind. 
filler J. VV., Big Lick, Roanoks c«., Va. 



V. 



1874] 



OGTOB 



[31 Days 



I MOON *MOON 

Days& Weeks. (Remarkable Days.! south, r. & s. 

iH. MIH. M. 



Moon's 
Signs. 



ASPECTS OF PLANETS, 

and 

OTHER MISCELLANY. 



Sun 1 & 1 * 1 * 


fast 


RISES -& SETS. 


M. 


H. M. | H M 


10 


6 11 


5 49 


11 


6 12 


5 48 


116 13 


5 47 



so 

St 1 

MtJ 



1 Thurs. 

2 Friday 

3 Satur. 



Remigius j 4 48 
C. Columbus\ 5 59 
Jairiis I 6 46 



9 


40^24 


10 


32 


* 1 


11 


30 


*19 



? sets 7 38 rs 

2nd. T? South 8 18 
Sirius rises 1 2 



20 
21 



40] 19th Sunday after Whitsuntide. Matt. 22 : 34 — 46. Days' length ll hours 30 min. 



4 Sunday 

5 Monday 

6 Tuesday 

7 Wednes. 

8 Thurs. 

9 Friday 
10 Satur. 



Franciscus 


7 34 


morn. 


« 1 


Placidus 


8 22 


12 34 


^13 


Fides 


9 10 


1 36 


^25 


Amelia 


9 54 


2 37 


2* t 


Pelagius 


10 40 


3 39 


a*i9 


Dionysius 


11 24 


4 42 


isfe i- 


Gereon 


12 10 


Jsets 


$$$ 13 



Rigel rises 9 59 

Altair South 6 55 
6 j) <£ " £ rises 2 49 
$ sets 7 32 

W10.Orionris.1020 



11 


6 15 


5 45 


|12 


6 16 


5 44 


112 


6 17 


5 43 


12 


6 19 


5 41 


12 


6 20 


5 40 


13 


6 21 


5 39 


13 


6 23 


5 37 



22 
23 
24 
25 

26 

27 
28 



41] 20th Sunday after Whitsuntide. Matt. 9 : 1 — 8. Days' length 3 1 hours 12 min. 



11 Suuday 


Burkhard 


1 4 


6 12 


;3$22o 


S in apo. T? South 7 34 


13 


6 24 


5 36 


29 


12 Monday 


Veritas 


1 46 


6 37 


« 7 


I? stationary, d 3) £ 


13 


6 25 


5 35 


30 


13 Tuesday 


Colo man 


2 32 


7 2 


«20 


Aldebaran rises 8 1.7 


14 


6 27 


5 33 


O. 


14 Wednes. 


Fortunata * 


3 11 


7 36 


m 3 


d 2) $. 2 sets 7 26 


14 


6 28 


5 32 


2 


15 Thurs. 


Hedwig 


• 3 55 


8 16 


H016 


7* rises 6 51 


14 


6 29 


5 31 


3 


16 Friday 


Gallus 


4 44 


9 6 


^29 


Capella South 3 43 W 


14 


6 31 


5 29 


4 


17 Satur. 


Florentina 


5 32 


10 11 


^12 


$ rises 2 37 


15 


6 32 


5 28 


5 



4 b 2] 2lst Sunday after Whitsuntide. Matt. 22 : 1 — 14. ' Days' length 10 hours 54 min. 



18 Sunday 


SL Luke, ev. 


6 20 


11 19 


^26 


/ 1%18. Sirius ris. 126 


15 


6 33 


5 27 


6 


19 Monday 


Ptolomy 


7 12 


morn. 


«*io 


sJPd2)T2. T?South7 2 


15 


6 34 


5 26 


7 


20 Tuesday 


Felicianus 


•8 8 


12 30 


^24 


$ sets 7 20 


15 


6 35 


5 25 


8 


21 Wednes. 


Ursula 


9 4 


1 47 




$ sets 6 28 


15 


6 36 


5 24 


9 


22 Thurs. 


Cordula 


9 54 


3 2 


^24 § Neptune 


16 


6 38 


5 22 


10 


23 Friday 


Severinus 


10 56 


4 20 


** ^ 


£gr.Elong.E.©ent.c$g 


16 


6 39 


5 21 


11 


24 Satur. 


Salome 


11 59 


5 36 


^24 


If in Aphelion 


16 


6 41 


5 19 


12 



43] 22nd Sunday after Whitsuntide. John 4 : 47 — 54. Days' length 10 hourj 36 min. 



25 Sunday 

26 Monday 

27 Tuesday 

28 Wednes. 

29 Thurs. " 

30 Friday 

31 Satur. 



Crispin morn. 

Amandus- 12 48 
Sabina 1 50 

Simon Jude\ 2 51 



Zwinglius 
Serapion 
\ Hallow Eve 



3 52 

4 50 



J) rise 
6 8 

6 48 

7 34 

8 26 

9 22 



5 48 10 26 



* «|Q|25.Q. e ^ d >nper 
,^22 ^yg^ in Aphelion 
£$ 6|? sets 7 15 
*|19|c? rises 2 24 

2 Orion rises 9 8 n 



15 

27 



T? sets 11 40 
31st. □ T? 



166 
166 
16 ! 6 
166 
166 



425 
43J5 
445 
455 

465 

475 
495 



18|13 
17114 



16 
15 
14 
13 
11 



15 
16 
17 

18 
19 



Last Quarter the 2nd, at 7 o'clock 53 mia. morning. I First Quarter the 18th, at 7 o'clock 44 min. morning. 

New Moon the 10th, at 5 o'clock 16 min. morning. | Full Moon the 23th, at 1 o'clock 35 min. morning. 

Last Quarter the 31st, at 8 o'clock 14 min. evening. 

CONJECTURES OP THE WEATHER. 

The 1st, 2nd fair ; 3rd rain ; 4th, 5th variable : 6th, 7th, 8th pleasant ; 9th, 10th, 11th variable ; 12th, 13th, 
14th clear : 15th, 16th, 17th variable ; 18th, 19th rain ; 20th. 21st cloudy ; 22nd, 23rd, 24th rain ; 25th, 26th, 
27th fair , *28th, 29th rain ; 30th, 31st clear. 

Jt;pit£b is the 5th, in Conjunction with the Sun, and cannot be seen. 



Yeae] 



PILGRIM ALMANAC. 



[1874 



% 



Elim "William, Mulberry Grov.e, Bond co., 111. 
Eiliott Jos. M -, Marion Center, Marion co., Kan. 
Ellison IT., Auburn, DeKalb co., lad. 
Ellis Benjamin, GreeD, Butler co., Iowa. 
Em'mert Jno. S , Mt. Carroll, Carroll co., 111. 
Emmert Leonard, Benavola, Washington co., Md. 
Em inert Michael, Adaline, Carroll co.,lll. 
Erb Jacob, Iowa City, Johnson, co., Iowa. 
Eshleman Jno., Ottawa, Franklin co., Kan. 
Eshlem-an John, Woodbury, Bedford co., Pa. 
Eshleman David, Mohrersville, Berks co., Pa. 
Etter William, Chambersburg, Franklin co., Pa. 
Etter David, Union Deposit, Dauphin co., Pa. 
Etter John, Palmyra, Lebanon co., Pa. 
Etter John, Progress, Dauphin co., Pa. 
Fataray Fred., Jones' Mills, Westmoreland co,Pa. 
Fesler G. W., Anderson, Madison co., Ind. 
Fidkr Abner, Frederioktown, Knox co., Ohio 
Fike A., German Settlement, Preston co., W. Va. 
Fike S. A.. " 

Filmore John, New Market, Frederick co., Md. 
Fish el J. H., Arispie, Pottawatomie co., Kan. 
Fisher Lerry, Mexico, Miami co , Ind. 
Fisher Isaac, " * " " 

Fitz John, Astoria, Fulton co., III. 
Fitzgerald John, Bealington, Barbour co., W. Va. 
Flack Gtorge, Congress, Wayne co., Ohio. 
Fleshman, And., Lindside, Monroe co , W. Va. 
Fleshuan Elijah, '« a 

Flora Joel, Gogginsville Franklin co.. Va. 
Flory Jacob, Delphi, Carroll co , Ind. 
Flory Abraham, il " •' 

Flory J. S , Beaver, Weld co., Colorado. 
Flory Abram, Salem, Columbia co , Ohio. 
Flory Jacob, Gogginsville, Franklin co., Va. 
Flory David, Gratis, Preble co., Ohio. 
Flory Samuel, South English, Keokuk co , Iowa. 
Flory David, Cerro. Gordo, 5i att co -> IN- 
Flory B. F., South English, Keokuk co., Iowa. 
Foglesanger J.R ,Shippensburg,Cumberlandco..Pa. 
Foglesanger D., " " ' 

Ford Albert, Mallet Creek, Medina co., Ohio. 
Forney C , Falls City, Richardson co., Neb. 
ForneyJno Sr., " " " 

Forney Michael, Farkersburg, Richland co., 111. 
Forney I. M., " t; " 

Forney Edmond, Polo, Ogle co.. 111. 
Forney Henry, Hudson, McLean co., 111. 
Forney Peter, Vinton, Benton co., luwa. 
Forrer Sam., Stewart's Draft, Augusta co., Va. 
Former Chas.(colored),Lindside,Monroe co., W.Va 
Foust Jeremiah, Jones' Mills, Westmoreland co.,Pa. 
Fowler Marcus, Yellow Creek, Stephenson co., 111. 
Foltz Thomas, Rainsborough, Highland co., Ohio. 
Frame Gabriel, Elkhart, Elkhart co., Ind. 
Franklin Wm. H., Sam's Creek, Carroll co., Md. 
frantz J. L., Degraff, Logan co., Ohio. 
Frantz Abraham, " " " 




Frantz David, Cerro Gordo, Piatt co., Ilh 
Frantz Matthias, Ladoga, Montgomery co., Ind. 
Frantz Aaron, Northampton, Clark co.. Ohio. 
Frantz John, New Carlisle, Stark co., Ohio. 
Freed Peter, Dunkirk, Hardin co., Ohio. 
Freeman D R., Winamac, Pulaski co., Ind. 
Friedley John, Harrisville, Ritchie co., W. Va. 
Fritz John, Richland, Keokuk co., Iowa. 
Fry Levi, Indiana, Indiana co., Pa. 
Fry Daniel, Falls City, Richardson co., Neb. 
Fry Dauiel, Lena, Stephenson co., 111. 
Fry Enoch, Pendleton, Madison co., Ind. 
Fultz Sam., Boonsborough, Washington co., Md. 
Funderburg George, Donnelsville, Clark co., Ohio. 
Funk A. L„ Shirleysbursr, Huntingdon co., Pa. 
Funk John, Peoria, Peoria co., Iowa. 
Funk Benj, Singer's Glen, Rockingham co., Va. 
Funk Peter, Polo, Ogle co. 111. 
Furry Leonard, New Enterprise, Bedford co., Pa. 
Gable Emmanuel, East Berlin, Adams co.. Pa. 
Gaur J., Bourbon, Marshall co , Ind. 
Gainer Solomon, Meadowville, Barbour co., W. Va. 
Garber Samuel, State Center, Marshall co., Iowa. 
Garber D. B., Arispie, Pottawatomie co., Kan. 
Garber Michael. New Hope, Augusta co., Va. 
Garber David, Liberty ville, Jefferson co., Iowa. 
Garber Michael, Altona, Polk co., Iowa. 
Garber J. B , Mt. Union, Huntingdon co., Pa. 
Garber S. A., Leon, Decatur co., Iowa. 
Garber Joseph, Shellsburg, Benton co., Iowa. 
Garber Solomon, Bridgewater, Rockingham co.,Va. 
Garber Samuel, New Lebanon, Montgomery co., O. 
Garber D. H., Batavia, Jefferson co., Iowa. 
Garber Abram, Romeo, Greene co , Tenn. 
Garber Levi, Mt. Sidney, Augusta co., Va. 
Garber A. B. •' " 

Carman John H.. Sinking Springs, Highland co. ; 0- 
Garst Henry, Pleasant Hill, Cumberland co., Tenn. 
Garver Jacob, Trot wood, Montgomery co , Ohio. 
Garver Jacob. Lattasburg, Wayne co., Ohio. 
Garver Jos., Congress, Wayne co., Ohio. 
Garver George. Dayton. Montgomery co , Ohio. 
Garver Samuel. Chatham Center, Medina co.. Ohio. 
George D. W 
George Wm., 

Gephart Wm., Bangor, Van Buren co., Mich. 
Gerlach David, Mt. Joy, Lancaster co., Pa. 
Gettel Samuel, Rihrorsburg, Berks co., Pa. 
Gibble J. B., Litiz, Lancaster co., Pa. 
Gib'son C. C , Girard, Macoupin co., 111. 
Gibson D. B., Plattsburg, Clinton co., Mo. 



Ridgeville, Mineral co., 



W. Va. 



r 



1874] 



OYEIBEE. 



[30 Days 



Bays & Weeks. 



Remarkable Days. 



MOON MOON 
SOUTH. R. & S. 
H. M.IH. M. 



Moon's 
Sigxs. 



ASPECTS OF PLANETS, 

and 
OTHER MISCELLANY. 



Sun s-u-nsr 

fast. I Rises & Sets. 
M. Ih M. I H. M 



20 



41] 23rd Sunday after Whitsuntide. Matt. 18 : 23 — 35. Days' length 10 hours 20 min. 



1 Sunday 

2 Monday 

3 Tuesday 

4 Wednes. 

5 Thurs. 

6 Friday 

7 Satur. 



All Saints 

All Souls 

Theophilus 

Charlotte 

Malachi 

Leonard 

Engelbert 



6 4011 20 

7 28 morn. 

8 1212 18 
1 

2 



8 54 

9 38 

10 14 

11 4 



12 
14 

20 
29 



SP1Q 
<ef22 
Mi 4 

a*i6 

^28 

25% 22 



? sets 7 10 r 

T? sets- 11 24 
$ gr. Brilliancy 
$ stationary 
d3<£. <? rises 2 16 
dDlf. If rises 3 52 



1616 

166 
166 
166 
166 
166 



50|5 

515 
535 
54 5 



Jinapo. Q. D ^ 16|6 



55 

56 

57 



10 20 
9 21 
722 
6 23 
5 24 
4 25 
3 26 



Cecilia 

Theodore 

Mar. Luther 

Melanchton 

Jonas 

Winebert 

Levin 



11 44 

12 24 



12 
54 
40 
51 

59 



5 34 

j) sets 

5 40 

6 20 

7 10 

8 14 

9 26 



of* 4T? sets 11 

q^17 Mjk9. Aldeb. S. 1 31 



m 0Wdl)£. 7*8.12 40 
■j|$13 <£ rises 2 9 
5f$26'dDS. 2 sets 6 58 V 

10 If rises 3 24 

23 d g inferior 



16 
16 
16 
15 



45] 24th Sunday after Whitsuntide. Matt. 22 : 15 — 22. Days' length 10 hours 4 rain. 

ITSunday 
9 Monday 

10 Tuesday 

11 Wednes. 

12 Thurs. 

13 Friday 

14 Satur. 



16,6 
166 
167 



58 
59 

1 
3 
4 
5 



27 

28 



0|29 
59 30 

5731 
56iV" 
55 2 



46] 25th Sunday after Whitsuntide. Matt. 9 : 18 — 26. Days' length 9 hours 48 miD. 



15 Sunday Leopold 


5 46 10 36 


*fo Td D T?. 1? sets 10 30 


15 


7 6 


4 54 


3 


16 Monday Ottomar 


6 3211 36 


*31 


-'lljNieth. S rises 2 1 


15 


7 7 


4 53 


4 


17 Tuesday 


Alpheus 


7 21 


morn. 




v s JP Orion rises 7 52 


15 


7 8 


4 52 


5 


18 Wednes. Gelasius 


8 18 


12 58 


2J20 $ stationary 


15 


7 9 


4 51 


6 


19 Thurs. 


Elizabeth 


9 14 


2 6 


^ 4 Altair sets 10 33 


14 


7 9 


4 51 


7 


20 Friday 


Amos 


10 10 


3 20 


^18 1JI stationary 


14 


7 10 


4 50 


8 


21 Satur. 


Off V.Mary 


10 58 


4 34 


2 Q. Andromeda S. 815 


14 


7 11 


4 49 


9 



47] 28th Sunday after Whitsuntide. Matt. 24 : 15 — 28. Days' length 9 hours 36 min. 



22 Sunday 

23 Monday 

24 Tuesday 

25 Wednes. 

26 Thurs. 

27 Friday 

28 Satur. 



Alphonsus 111 59 

Clement morn. 

Chrisogenes 12 47 

Catharine 

Conrad 

Josaphat 

Guntherus 



33 

2 22 

3 10 
3 59 



5 46 
) rises 

5 16 

6 18 

7 14 

8 12 

9 16 



•»27 

*23 

« 6 



1) id per. ©enters .$$ 

iQ|23rd. $ sets 6 22 

IIP I? sets 9 56 

71 rises 2 48 n 

Sirius rises 9 24 

$ rises 1 50 

5 gr. Hel. Lat. N. 



12 
13 
14 
14 
15 
16 
17 



48 
47 
46 



10 
11 
12 



46,13 
4514 

44115 
4316 



48] 27th Sunday after Whitsuntide. Matt. 21 : 1 — 9. Days' length 9 hours 26 



29 Sunday 

30 Monday 



Saturn 

St. Andrew 



54 

50 



10 
11 



19 

28 




$ sets 5 58 
30th. T? sets 9 32 



11 
11 



7 17J4 
7 184 



43 
42 



17 
18 



MOtMST'© PHASES. 



New Moon the 9th, at 12 o'clock min. morning. 
First Quarter the 16th, at 8 o'clock G min. evening. 



Full Moon the 23rd, at 12 o'clock 1 min. afternoon. 
Last Quarter the 30th, at 12 o'clock 43 min. afternoon. 



CONJECTURES OF THE WEATHER. 
The 1st, 2nd,' 3rd fair : 4th, 5th, 6th Indian Summer ; 7th, 8th rain ; 9th, 10th, 11th cloudy; 15th, 13th, 14th 
variable ; 15th, 16th, 17th clear; 18th cloudy ; 19th, 20th, 21st rain ; 22nd, 23rd, 24th clear; 2 rii: ' -Sth rain and 
snow ; 27th, 28th, 29th cold ; 30th fair. 



> 



Yeae.] 



PILGRIM ALMANAC. 



[1874. 



Graham Thomas, Brooklyn, Poweshiek co., Iowa. 
Graybill Samuel, Manheim, Lancaster co., Pa. 
G-rossmickle David, Ladiesburg, Frederick co.JVld. 
GrossmickleG., North Man-3hester,Mahaska co.,Iowa. 
Grow J. B., Rigdon, Madison co., Ind. 
Grover Charles, Belington, Barbour co., W. Ya. 
Gump William, Keystone, Wells co., Ind. 
Gump Jeremiah, Huntertown, Allen co., Ind. 
Gump Jacob, " " 

Haas Jno., Fox, Kay co., Iowa. 
Hackman Jacob, Brunnersville, Lancaster co., Pa. 
Hall Larker, Marshalltown, Marshall co., Iowa. 
Haller George, Dayton, Montgomery co., Ohio. 
Haller C, Ozawkie, Jefferson Kan. 
Halteman Samuel, Morrison, Whiteside co., 111. 
Hamilton Heil, Ervin, Howard co., Ind. 
Hamilton Jacob, Guthrie Station, Guthrie co.,Iowa. 
Hamilton Wm. H., Zanesville, Wells co., Ind. 
Ham Solomon D., Astoria, Ind. 

Hanawalt J. R., McYeyton, Mifflin co., Pa. 
Hanawalt John S., '• " " 

Hanawalt Geo., " " " 

Hanawalt Isaac, Monticello, White co., Ind. 
Hanline Jos., Greenland, Grant co., W. Va. 
Hansel JohD, Frederick, Monroe co., Iowa. 
Hardman Joseph, Milford, Kosciusko co., Ind. 
Harman Jackson, Bladensburg, Wapello co.,Iowa. 
Harman Geo., Hagerstown, Washington co., Md. 
Harman J., Agency City, Wapello co., Iowa. 
Harman Asa, Seneca, W. Ya. 

Harley Jonas, Harleysville, Montgomery co., Pa. 
Harley Samuel, « " 

Harley Samuel, Ephrata, Lancaster co., Pa. 
Harley Benj., Royer's Ford, Montgomery co., Pa. 
Harley John, Pottstown, " " 

Harnish Jacob, New Bloomfield, Perry co., Pa. 
Harper Addison, Harden, Ray co., Mo. 
Harry Romulus, Mercer City, Princeton co., W. Ya. 
Harris James P., Moorsburg, Hawkins co., Tenn. 
Harris Wm., Inland, Cedar co., Iowa. 
Harlacher John, Mulberry, York co., Pa 
Harshey Isaac, Neosho Falls, Woodson co., Kan. 
Harshey John, Cornelia, Johnson co., Mo 
Harshberger Wm., Ladoga, Montgomery co., Ind. 
Harshberger John, Johnstown, Cambria co., Pa. 
Harshberger J. J., Cross Keys, Rockingham co.,Ya. 
Harshberger Henry, Everett, Bedford co., Pa. 
Harshberger Henry, Salem, Marion co., 111. 
Hartman Joseph, Middlebury, Elkhart co., Ind. 
Hartsock Joseph, Milford, Kosciusko co., Ind. 
Houghtelin J. D., Panora, Guthrie co. Iowa. 
IJaywood David, Eaton Preble co., Ohio. 
Hays Daniel, Moore's Store, Shenandoah co., Ya. 
Heater Noah, Sevastopol, Kosciusko co., Ind. 
Heeter We? 1 ; . Lumberport, Harrison co., W. Ya. 
Heinly Danie^, Antioch, Huntington co., Ind. 
Helman A., Bradford Junction, Miami co., Ohio. 
Helton AustinjBoon's Creek, Washington eo.,Tenn. 




Heifer P., Mansfield, Richland co., Ohio. 
Helton Hardin P., Greasy Creek, Floyd co., Ya. 
Hendricks Noah, Fremont, Dodge co., Ohio. 
Hendricks Joseph, Cerro Gordo, Piatt co., III. 
Herr John, Meyerstown, Lebanon co., Pa. 
Hershey John, Warreusburg, Johnson co ,Mo. 
Hertzler John, Bethel, Berks co., Pa. 
Hess Moses, Goshen, Elkhart co., Ind. 
Hershberger Wm.R.,Ladoga,Montgomery co., Ind. 
Hess Henry, Ankneytown, Stark co., Ohio. 
Hetric J. P , Oakland, Armstrong co., Pa. 
Heyser Emmanuel, Madison, Morgan co., Ga. 
Hiat Elihu, Rigdon, Madison co , Ind. 
Hies Isaac, Trotwood, Montgomery co., Ohio. 
Highberger Jac.,Sharpsburg, Washington co., Tenn. 
Hilbert J ames, Locust Mount, Washington co.,Tenn. 
Hildebrand Steph., Mineral Point, Cambria co., Pa. 
Hildebrand David, Conemaugh, Cambria co., Pa. 
Hilkey Joseph, Willow Spring, Douglass co., Kan. 
Hilkey James E., Holliog, " ". 

Hillery Wm. H., Grand River, Wayne co., Iowa. 
Hillery Lemuel, Marshalltown, Marshall co., Iowa. 
Hillery Jeremiah, " " " 

Himes Levi, Rogersville, Tuscarawas co., Ind. 
Hisse William, Lime Springs, Howard co , Iowa. 
Hise Absalom, Palestine, Crawford co , 111. 
Hixson Armanus J., Highland, Highland co., Ohio. 
Hobbs C. L., Plattsburg, Clinton co., Mo. 
Hochstettler Abr., Waterloo, Black Hawk co., Iowa. 
Hocshtettler Henry P.,Davidsville,Somerset co.,Pa. 
Hockenberry James H., Arcadia, Hamilton co., Ind. 
Hackman Jacob, Brunnersville, Lancaster co., Pa. 
Hogden Sidney, Galesburgh Neosho co., Kan. 
Hoff Henry, Dughill, Carroll co., Md. 
Holler George, Dayton, Miami co., Ohio. 
Holler John, Hagerstown, Wayne co., Ind. 
Holler Christian, Ozawkie, Jefferson co., Kan. 
Hollinger Joseph, Campbellstown, Lebanon co.,Pa. 
Hollinger Jacob, " - " " 

Hollinger Daniel, " " " 

Hollinger, James, ; ' " t{ 

Hollinger Daniel, White House,Cumberland co., Pa. 
Hollinger Jacob, " " " 

Holsinger D. M., Clover Creek, Blair co., Pa. 
Holsinger Daniel, Marion, Linn co , Iowa 
Holsinger H. R., Dale City, Somerset co., Pa. 
Holsinger John, Luray, Henry co., Ind. 
Holsing John S., Alum Bank, Bedford co., Pa. 
Holsopple Joseph, Indiana, Indiana co., Pa. 
Holsopple Jacob, Scalp Level, Cambria co , Pa. 
Hook John L., Selbysport, Garrett co., Md. 



1874] 




DECEMBER. 




[31 Days 


Days k Weeks. 


Remarkable Days. 


MOON 
SOUTH. 
H. M. 


MOON 
R. & S. 
H. M. 


Moon's 
Signs. 


ASPECTS OF PLANETS, 

and 

OTHER MISCELLANY. 


Sun 
fast. 
M. 


SXT3ST 

Rises & Sets. 
H. M. | H. M. 


CO. 

a? 


1 Tuesday 


Longinus 


6 41 


morn. 


a*n 


£ rises 6 29 n 


11 


7 19 


4 41 


19 


2 Wednes. 


Candidus 


7 26 


12 26 


J*23 


g gr. Elon. West. 


10 


7 19 


4 41 


20 


3 Thurs. 


Fr. Xavier 


8 6 


1 30 


•&% 5 


6 D <?. 6" rises 1 40 


10 


7 20 


4 40 


21 


4 Friday 

5 Satur. 


Barbara 
Abigail 


8 49 

9 34 


2 48 

3 59 


$&17 


2) in apo. d ]) If 
<Q. T? sets 9 12 


10 
9 


7 20 
7 21 


4 40 
4 39 


22 
23 



49] 28th Sunday after Whttsuntide. l^uke 21 : 25 — 36. Days' length 9 hours 18 min. 



6 Sunday 

7 Monday 

8 Tuesday 

9 Wednes. 

10 Thuis. 

11 Friday 

12 Satur. 



St. Nicholas 

Agathon 

Cone. V.M. 

Joachim 

Judith 

Barsabas 

Ottilia 



10 20 


5 10 


<ffil2 


11 5 


6 19 


«25 


11 50 


5 sets 


1*9 8 


12 42 


5 26 


**19 


1 22 


6 36 


?P§ 5 


2 2 


7 46 


^19 


2 44 


8 44 


0k 3 



If rises 2 26 

dD$. Kegulusris.1021 

_ 8th. $inS- # tfD? 

fpd $ © inferior 
Sirius rises 8 28 \j 
Orion rises 6 11 
6 D T?. T? sets 8 51 



9 



21 

22 
22 
23 
23 
23 
24 



39 

38 
38 
37 
37 

37 



4 36 



24 
25 

26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



50] 29th Sunday after Whitsuntide. Matt. 11 : 2 — 10. Days' length 9 horns 12 min. 



13 Sunday 


Lucian 


3 4T) 


9 43 


tf*19 


c? rises 128 


5 


7 24 


4 36 


D 


14 Monday 


Mcasius 


4 38 


10-44 


2S 3 


AldebaranSouthll 12 


5 


7 25 


4 35 


2 


15 Tuesday 


Ignatius 


5 34 


11 46 


S£i6 


P5lf. If rises 1 50 


5 


7 25 


4 35 


3 


16 Wednes. 


Emberday 


6 31 


morn. 


** o 


-^16. EigelS.1133 


4 


7 25 


4 35 


4 


17 Thurs. 


Lazarus 


7 32 


12 56 


ff*H 


sJtrRegulus rises 9 32 


4 


7 25 


4 35 


5 


18 Friday 


Arnoldus 


8 34 


2 16 


^28 


6 $ ?. Sirius rises 7 51 


3 


7 25 


4 35 


6 


19 Satur. 


Abraham 


9 32 


3 34 


«ifci2 


8. T? sets 8 26 • 


3 


7 25 


4 35 


7 



51] 30th Sunday after Whitsuntide. John 1 : 19 — 28.' Days' length 9 hours 10 min. 



20 Sunday 

21 Monday 

22 Tuesday 

23 Wednes. 

24 Thurs. 

25 Friday 

26 Satur. 



Ammon 

St. Thomas 

Beata 

Dagobert 

Adam, Eve 

Christmas 

Stephen 



10 31 


4 46 


^26 


11 30 


5 59 


*» 9 


morn. 


prises 


*&21 


12 26 


5 22 


* 5 


1 10 


6 23 


HB18 


1 52 


7 20 


<m i 


2 32 


8 10 


«14 



]) in per. If rises 1 25 
ent. ^ shortest day 

"v OO-p/l Winter 

S-l commences. 

g^# rises 14 n 
Altair sets 8 
T? sets 8 4 
$ rises 5 44 



Morning 
Star. 



25 
26 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 



35 
34 
35 
35 
35 
35 
35 



8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 



52] Sunday after Christmas. 



Luke 2 : 33—40. 



Days' length 9 hours 10 min. 



27 Sunday 


John, Evan. 


3 20 


8 55 


«26 


Arietis South 7 36 


1 


7 25 


4 35 


15 


28 Monday 


H Innocents 


4 4 


9 46 


M 1 


$ stationary 


2 


7 25 


4 35 


16 


29 Tuesday 


Noah 


4 56 


10 48 


a*i9 


If rises 12 45 


2 


7 24 


4 36 


17 


30 Wednes. 


David 


5 50 


11 49 


^3> I 


|^N30th. prises 12 56 


3 


7 24 


4 36 


18 


31 Thurs. 


Sylvester 


6 44 


morn. 


ft$£l3 


nJ£^ in perigee. 


3 


7 24 


4 36 


19 



MOON'S PHASES. 

New Moon the 8th, at 6 o'clock 21 min. evening. I Full Moon the 22nd, at 11 o'clock 11 min. evening.^ 

First Quarter, the 16th, at 6 o'clock 39 min. morning. | Last Quarter the 30tb, at 8 o'clock 50 min. morning. 

CONJECTURES OF THE WEATHER. 

1st, 2nd, 3rd moderate ; 4th, 5th variable ; 6th cloudy ; 7th, 8th, 9th snow ; 10th, 11th cloudy ; 12th, 13th 
fair ; 14th, 15th, 16th clear : 17th, 18th, 19th variable ; 20th, 21st fair ; 22nd, 23rd rain and snow ; 24th, 25th,. 
26th clear, cold ; 27th cloudy ; 28th, 29th variable with snow ; 30th, 31st moderate weather. 

Venus is the 9tb, in Inferior Conjunction with the Sun. Passes from Evening Star to Morning Star. 



Year] 



PILGRIM ALMANAC. 



[1874. 



Hoover Cyrus?, Summit, Summit co., Ohio. 
Hoover George, Sulphur Springs, Henry co., Ind. 
Hoover Emmanuel, Webster, Darke co., Ohio. 
Hoover E., Branford Junction, Miami co., Ohio. 
Hoover Elias, Rock Falls, Dunn co., Wis. 
Hoover George A., Graceham Frederick co Md. 
Hoover Jos., Middlebury, Elkhart co., Ind. 
Hoover George, Mechanicstown, Frederick co.,Md. 
Hoover John, Sulphur Springs, Henry co., Ind. 
Hoover Joseph J., Marlborough, Stark co., Ohio. 
Hoppock, J. D., Sergeantsville. Hunterdon co.,N.J. 
Horning Wm. E., Morrison, Whiteside co., 111. 
Horning J. P., Hutsonville, Crawford co , 111. 
Home Elijah, Somerset Perry co., Ohio. 
Home Elijah Jr., " " 

Horner D. D., Jone's Mills, Westmoreland co.. Pa. 
Houser Joseph, Buckhannon, Upshur co., W. Va. 
How William, Maitland, Mifflin co.. Pa. 
Howard Isaiah, New Cumberland, Jay co., Ind. 
Humble William, Vfillard, Greene co v , Mo. 
Hunsberger John, Abilene, Dickinson co., Kan. 
Hutchison A., Oak Hill, Fayette co., W. Va. 
Hutchison Samuel J., OakHil^, Fayette co.,W.Va. 
Hutchison Joseph, m " " " 

Hutchison James, Lindside, Monroe co., W. Va. 
Houchmour F., East Berlin, Adams co., Pa. 
Hawser Joseph, Buckhanntm, Upshur co., W. Va. 
Hyde Ilobison, Sand Brook, Hunterdon 1ST. J. 
Hyer Leonard, Merriam, Noble co., Ind. 
Hyer Wesly, Columbia City, W^hitley co., Ind. 
Hylton Austin, Boon's Creek, Washington co.,Tenn. 
Hylton H. P., Greasy Creek, Floyd co., Va. 
Hylton J. B, » " u 

Ikenberry Wm., Waterloo, Black Hawk co., Iowa. 
Ikenberry John, North Bend, Dodge co., Neb. 
Imler Conrad, Altoona, Blair co., Pa. 
Irvin George, Golden Corner, Wayne co., Ohio. 
Irvin David, Smithville, Wayne co., Ohio. 
Isenberg Simeon, Rogersville, Hawkins co., Tenn. 
Iset John, Grater's Ford, Montgomery co., Pa. 
Jam agin Isaac W., Hillsborough, Henry co., Ohio. 
Jewitt George W., Huntington, Huntington co., Ind. 
John Chrissman Adrian, Armstrong co., Pa. 
Johnston Joseph, Falls City, Richardson co., Neb. 
Johnston Stephen, Vinton, Benton co., Iowa. 
Johnston John, Uniontown, Fayette co., Pa. 
Jones Henry, Pleasant Mound, Bond co., III. 
Kahler Conrad, Boliver, Tuscarawas co., Ohio. 
Karn G., Wheeling, Delaware co., Ind. 
Kauffman Joseph, De Graff, Logan co., Ohio. 
Kauffman Peter B., East Berlin, Adams co., Pa. 
Kauffman Solomon, Oakland Mills, Juniata co.,Pa, 
Kauffman William, Cocolamus, Juniata co., Pa. 
Keefer Christian, Hagerstown, Washington co.,Md. 
Kieffer Jacob, Union Deposit, Dauphin co., Pa. 
Kieffer David, Gilead, Miami c,o., Ind. 
Keim David, St. Peters, Chester co., Pa. 
Keim Josiah, Louisville, Stark co., Ohio. 






JtQ&s: ^^T -^a^ 




Keim Silas C, Elk Lick, Somerset co., Pa. 
Keim Jacob S., Centropolis. Franklin co., Kan. 
Keller Henry, Oceola, Crawford co., Ohio. 
Keller Daniel, Dickenson, Cumberland co., Pa. 
Keller G., Peru, Miami co , Ind. 
Kelso Jacob, Elderton Armstrong co., Pa. 
Kelso Jonathan, Elk Lick, Somerset co., Pa. 
Kepner Jacob, Pottersville, Eaton co., Mich. 
Kepler J. J., Pleasant Mound, Bond co., 111. 
Kilhefner Henry, Ashland, Ashland co., Ohio. 
Kimmel Lewie, Elderton, Armstrong co., Pa. 
Kimmel David, Auburn, Sangamon co., 111. 
Kimmel Michael, Lanark, Carroll co., 111. 
Kinclig David E.. Fishersville, Augusta co., Va. 
Kindig Jacob J., Minonk, Woodford co., III. 
Kindig Joshua, Mohrsville, Berks co., Pa* 
King Joshua Y., Tuckerton, H " 

Kinney George, East Des Moines, Polk co., Iowa. 
Kinsey Lewis, Hagerstown, Wayne co., Ind. 
Kinsey Abraham*, Bonbrook, Franklin co., Va. 
Kinsey Samuel, Dayton, Miami co., Ohio. * 

Kintner Jacob, Brunnersburg, Defiance co., Ohio. 
Kingery Christian H , Camden, Carroll co., Ind. 
Kirlin James R., Luray, Henry co., Ind. 
Klick Samuel, [Nevada, Vernon co., Mo. 
Kline Frederick, Bridgewater,Rockingham co.,Va. 
Kline David, Timberville, Rockingham co., Va. 
Kline Saml., New Market, Shehandoah co., Va. 
Knisley John, Plymouth, Marshall co., Ind. 
KlepperD. B., Locust Mount, Washington co /Tenn. 
Koons Jacob, Pattonsville, Bedford co., Pa. 
Koontz Henry, Waynesborough, Franklin co., Pa. 
Kob Lewis M., Franklin, Franklin co., Iowa. 
Krub John, Centropolis, " " Kan. 

Krub Jacob, " « " " 

Krider Jacob, Huntington, Huntington co., Ind. 
Krider Tobias, Painter's Creek, Darke co., Ohio. 
Kulp Isaac, Grater's Ford, Montgomery co., Pa. 
Kurtz Henry, Columbiana, Columbiana co., Ohio. 
Kurtz Jacob, East Union, Wayne co., Ohio. 
Kurtz Jacob H., Middletown, Mahoning co., Ohio. 
Lair John, Rolla, Phelps co., Mo. 
Landis Elias, Richfield, Juniata co., Pa. 
Lane James R., Hill Valley, Huntingdon co., Pa. 
Layman Harvey, Bonbrook, Franklin co., Va. 
Leatherman George,Meyersville, Frederick co., Md. 
Leatherman Peter, Middletown, " " 

Leatherman John, Millford, Kosciusko, Ind. 
Leatherman NT., Purgitsville, Hampshire co.,W.Va. 
Leedy John, Dora, Wabash co., Ind. 
Leedy Jonas, New Holland, Wabash co., Ind. 



Year] 



PILGRIM ALMANAC. 



[1874. 



Leedy Joseph, Antioch, Huntington co., Ind. 
Leedy Abraham, '• u " 

Leer Jacob, Goshen, Elkhart co., Ind. 
Lehman Jacob, Delta, Fulton co., Ohio. 
Lehman Christian, Scalp Level, Cambria co., Pa. 
Lehman Joseph C , Franklin, Grove Lee co., 111. 
Lehman Samuel Jr., " u " 

Lehman Samuel, Warrensville, Du Page co., 111. 
Lenew J. P., Latimore, Adams co., Pa. 
Lesh Christian, Delphi, Carroll co., Ind. 
Lichty Michael, Falls City, Richardson co , Neb. 
Liehty Jonas, Elk Lick, Somerset co., Pa. 
Lichty Jonathan, Falls City, Richardson co., Neb. 
Lidy Samuel, Nolo, Indiana co., Pa. 
Lierly, Win. R , Liberty, Adams co., 111. 
Lindly Win , Kokomo, Howard co., Ind. 
Lint C. G., Dale City, Somerset co., Pa. 
Loehr F. P., Bloomingdale, Van Buren co., Mich. 
Lohr Samuel, Donegal, Lancaster co., Pa. 
Long David, Fairplay, Washington co., Md. 
Long Joseph R , Downsville, Washington co., Md. 
Long Jacob F., Gogginsville, Franklin co., Ya. 
Long Christian, Add, Dallas co., Iowa. 
Long Peter, New Germantown, Perry co., Pa. 
Long George. Lowell, Kent co., Mich. 
Long Isaac, Good's Mill, Rockingham co., Va. 
Long Simon, Dawville, Washington co,. Md. 
Lpngenccker Samuel, Panora, Guthrie co., Iowa. 
Longenecker Daniel, Hauterstown, Adams co., Pa. 
Longenecker Henry, Pleasant Hill, Miami co., Ohio. 
Losh Barnett, Albion, Edwards co., 111. 
Lowman Jacob, Gratis, Preble co., Ohio. 
Lutz A. H., Winslow, Stephenson co., 111. 
Lutz Peter, Libertyville, Jefferson co., Iowa. 
Lyon Thomas D., Hudson, McLean co., 111. 
Maddock Y. B., Clover Creek, Blair co., Pa. 
Malotte Absalom, Webster's Mill, Fulton co.,Pa. 
Major Thomas, Dallas, Highland co., Ohio. 
Mallow W. W., Roxabell, Ross co., Ohio. 
Marquis Wm. K , Bartonia, Randolph co , Ind. 
Marshall Christopher, Maples, Allen co., Ind. 
Martin David, Grinnell, Poweshiek co , Iowa. 
Martin Henry, Lanark, Carroll co., 111. 
Martin Nicholas, llagerstown, Washington co.,Md. 
Martins C, Mountain Cove, Fayette co., W. Ya. 
Marquis J. K., Bartonia. Randolph co., Ind. 
Mast Joseph D., Bangor, Yan Buren, Mich. 
Mast Daniel, Bremen. Marshall co , Ind. 
Masters Charles, Mountain Cove, Fayette co., W.Va. 
Mam s Solomon, Yellow Creek, Stephenson co., 111. 
May Samuel. Frederickburgh, Chickasaw co.,Iowa. 
McClure J. W ., Ovid, Madison co., Ind. 
Mo'.'—M.J., Anderson, < ; 
MoCarty Joseph. Arcadia, Hamilton co., Ind. 
McClintock W. Gk, Crescent Hill, Bates co., Mo. 
McCHntock John, Liberty, Adams co., 111. 
Mc Mullen .lames, Smithville, Wayne co., Ohio. 
Merrill Nathaniel, Frostburg, Alleghany co., Md. 



Merky David, Bethel Berks co.. Pa. 
Metzgar John W., Edna Mills, Clinton co., Ind. 
Metzgar Stephen, Rossville, Clinton co., Ind. 
Metzgar Henry, Camden, Carroll co., Ind. 
Metzgar John, Cerro Gordo, Piatt co., 111. 
Metzler John, Wakarusa, Elkhart co., Ind. 
Michael Joseph, Frankfort, Marshall co., Kan. 
Michael Wm., Greenland, Grant co., W. Ya 
Miller Stephen, Mill'ord, Kosciusko co., Ind. 
Miller Andrew, Farmer, York co., Pa. 
Miller Frederick, Cross Keys, Rockingham co., Va. 
Miller R. II., Ladoga, Montgomery co , Ind. 
Miller S. M., Waterloo, Black Hawk co., Iowa. 
Miller Jeremiah, Jones Mills, Westmoreland co ,Pa. 
Miller Jacob, Woodbury, Bedford co , Pa. 
Miller Moses, Mechanicsburg, Cumberland co., Pa. 
Miller Jacob D , Somerset, Somerset co , Pa. 
Miller Joel, Dughill, Carroll co., Md. 
Miller David, Polo, Ogle co., III. 
Miller Daniel, Upton, Franklin co., Pa. 
Miller Ed. S , Hagerstown, Washington co., Md. 
Miller Daniel P., Chambersburg, Franklin co., Pa. 
Miller Daniel, Frederick, Bremer co , Iowa. 
Miller John, Mt Sidney, Augusta co., Ya. 
Miller Martin P., Spring Creek,Rockingham co.,Ya. 
Miller Daniel, Mt. Meridian, Augusta co., Va. 
Miller Joseph, Ottobin%, Rockingham co., Ya. 
Miller M, <• <■ « 

Miller P. M., Lanark, Carroll co., 111. 
Miller 0. W., Warsaw, Kosciusko co., Ind. 
Miller Joseph, Sangersville, Rockingham co., Ya. 
Miller Jacob, Green Mount, " " 

Miller Benjamin, " " M 

Miller Isaac, Woodland Center, Barry co., Mich. 
Miller Jacob. Millmire, Piatt co., 111. 
Miller D., Rushville, Schuyler co , 111. 
Miller Stephen P., New Sharon, Mahaska co., Iowa. 
Miller John A., Bridgwater, Rockingham co., Va. 
Miller John B , New Paris, Bedford co., Pa. 
Miller Wm. H., Lavansville, Somerset co., Pa. 
Miller John C , Toddlesville, Linn co., Iowa. 
Miller John H., Millford, Kosciusko co., Ind. 
Miller Jacob, German, Darke co., Ohio. 
MillerEmmanuel, " " " 

Miller Daniel, West Alexander, Preble co., Ohio. 
Miller David, Rushville, Schuyler co., 111. 
Miller John A., Accident, Garrett Md. 
Miller David J , Buckhannon, Upshur co., W. Ya. 
Miller John, West Alexander, Preble Ohio. 
Miller Benjamin, Lanark, Carroll co., 111. 
Minnich Stephen M., Antioch, Huntington co.Jnd. 
Mercer Mark, Decker's Point, Indiana co., Pa. 
Mishler Jno. B., Mogodore, Summit co., Ohio. 
Moats John W., Altoona, Polk co., Iowa. 
Moots Jno., Mt. Morris, Ogle co., 111. 
Mohler Jacob, Maitland, Mifflin co , Pa. 
Mulder S. S., Cornelia, Johnson co., Mo. 
Mohler Allen, Rossville, Clinton Ind. 



Year] 



PILGRIM ALMAN&G. 



[1874. 



Mohler Andrew, Chandler, Keokuk co., Iowa. 
Mohler J. S., Bogard, Henry co., Mo. 
Mohler Rudolph, Covington, Miami co , Ohio. 
Mohler Samuel, ' ; " '' 

Mohler J. J., Cornelia, Johnson co., Mo. 
Molsbee Samuel, Rogersville, Hawkins co , Tenn. 
Montz Levi, 3Iilfbrd, Kosciusko co., Ind. 
Moore S. A , New Enterprise, Bedford co., Pa. 
Moore "VVm. H., Nora, Jo Daviess co., 111. 
Moore John II., Urbana, Champaign co., 111. 
Moore Alfred, Boston, Wayne co., Ind. 
Moore Philip A., Secor, Woodford co., 111. 
Moore Michael, Lancaster, Fairfield co., Ohio. 
Moomaw Jacob, North Bend, Dodge co., Neb. 
Moomaw B. F., Bonsack's, Roanoke co., Va. 
Moomaw Jno. C., Cloverdale, Rockingham co , Va. 
Moomaw*DanielC.,Blacksburg.Montgomeryco., Va. 
Morimer George, Upton, Franklin co., Pa. 
Muntis Samuel, Mt. Vernon, Knox co., Ohio. 
Musser Samuel, McVeyton, Mifflin co., Pa. 
Murray Wm. A., New Berlin, Stark co., Ohio. 
Murray Jacob, Waterloo, Rlack Hawk co., Iowa. 
Murray Samuel, Huntington, Huntington co., Ind. 
Murray James, Ryerson's Station, Greene co., Pa. 
Murray John, Quarry, Marshall co., Iowa. 
Murray David, Dayton, Montgomery co , Ohio. 
Murray Frederick, Jones'Mills, Westmoreland co.. Pa, 
Mussleman Saml., Tipton, Cedar co. 3 Iowa. 
Mussleman Hiram, Scalp Level, Cambria Co., Pa. 
Musser Tobias, Janelew, Lewis co., W. Va. 
Musser P. C, " " " 

Myers J. Z., Shaff's Bridge, Somerset co., Pa. 
Myers Grabill, Eldorado, Blair co., Pa. 
Myers Isaac, Mifflinburgh, Union co., Pa. 
Myers Wm. S., Somerset, Somerset co., Pa. 
Myers Peter S., McVeytown, Mifflin co., Pa. 
Myers Abram, " " ' ; 

Myers Andrew, Logansville, York co., Pa. 
IVIyers Tobias, Somerset, Somerset " 
Myers Israel, Ephrata, Lancaster co., Pa. 
Myers Jonathan, Alameda, Alameda co., Cal. 
Myers Joseph, Bareville, Lancaster co., Pa. 
Myers Saml. R., " " " 

Myers Christian, Pleasant View, Juniata co., Pa. 
Myers Geo. S., Lewistown, Mifflin co., Pa. 
Myers George, Box 588, Paola, Miami co., Kan. 
Myers Martin, Lanark, Carroll co., III. 
Myers Isaac, Nora, Jo Daviess co., 111. 
Myers Henry, Milledgeville, Carroll co., 111. 
Myers Joseph, East Berlin, Adams co., Pa. 
Myers Saml., Burnett's Creek, White co., Ind. 
Myers John L., Fandon McDonough co., 111. 
Myers Geo. W., Hartleton, Union co., Pa. 
Myers Jos., Sterling, -Whiteside co , 111. 
Myers Jacob G., Gebhard's. Somerset co., Pa. 

Naff Isaac, Auburn, Sangamon co., ID. 
Naff Daniel, Naff's, Fianklin co., Va. 



i Nail Joseph, Gogginsvilie, Franklin co., Va. 
! Nead Peter, Dayton, Montgomery co.. Ohio. 
I Nead D. R. C-, Stirrup Grove, Macoupin co., 111. 

Neff Abram, Mt. Jackson, Shenandoah co., Va. 

Neff John, Bremen, Marshall co., Ind. 

Neff Daniel, New Pari?, Elkhart co.. Ind. 

Neff Isaac, Gogginsvilie, Franklin co., Va. 

Neff Henry, New Pari?, Elkhart co., Ind. 

Neff John, Mt. Jackson, Shenandoah co., Va. 

Negly Jacob, Ottawa, Franklin co.. Kan. 
| Neher Andrew, Salem, Marion co., III. 

Neher Martin, Cerro Gordo, Piatt co., 111. 
! Neher Daniel, Rossville, Clinton cc , Ind. 
| Neisley David, Allen, Cumberland eo , Pa. 

Ness Christian, Logansville, York co., Pa. 

Newcomer Melchor, Mt. Morris, Ogle co , 111. 

Necomer P. S., Boonsboro, Washington co., Mo. 
| Newcomer Emmanuel, Adeline, Ogle co., 111. 

Newcomer J. S., Columbia, Lancaster co.. Pa. 

Newcomer John, Mountville, " " 

Newcomer John, Middle Spring, Cumberland co., Pa. 

Nice Wm., Harleysville, Montgomery co., Pa. 

Nicholson John, Shanes ville, Tuscarawas co., Ohio. 

Nichey B. F., Carlisle, Cumberland co., Pa. 

Nininger Christ.,Botetourt Springs, Roanoke co ,Va. 

Nininger Peter Sr., Amsterdam, Botetourt co., Va. 

Numer A. C., Marmaton, Bourbon co., Kan. 

Oaks Peter, Farmington, Fulton co.. Ill 

Ober David, Onburg, Indiana co., Pa. 

Oblinger Saml, Waterville, Le Sueur co., Minn. 

Ogg Joseph, Wakokee, Fillmore co., Minn. 

Ogle Alfred, New Sharon, Mahaska co., Iowa. 

Oiler Jacob F., Wayuesborough, Franklin co., Pa. 

Oltiser Elias, Floyd C. H., Floyd co., Va. 

Overholtzer Peter, Polo, Caldwell co., Mo 

Palmer Harrison, Cleopatra, Mercer co., Mo. 

Pannebaker Win. , Honey Grove, Juniata co., Pa. 

Patter Thomas, West Lima, Richland co.. Wis. 

Patter John, " " '■ 

Peck Jacob, Lanark, Carroll co., 111. 

Pence J. B., Limestone, Washington co., Tenn. 

Peters Abram, Gogginsvilie, Franklin co., Va. 

Peters Joel, Bonbrook, M ( ' 

Peters Daniel. Boone's Mill, 4: 

Peters Owen,Morrisonville, Christian co., HI. 

Peters William,Seven Fountains,Shenandoah co.,Va. 

Pfoutz Abraham, Cross Kill, Berks co., Pa. 

Pfoutz Isaac, Johnson ville, Frederick co., Md. 

Pfoutz C. L., Gettysburg, Adams co., Pa. 

Phiel Adam, St. Thomas, Franklin co., Pa. 

Phiel Abraham, " " « 

Pierce Wm., Arcadia, Hamilton co.,Ind. 

Pisel Jacob, Accident, Alleghany co., Md. 

Pipinger John, Monomonee, Dunn co., Wis. 

Plaine D. H., Bonsacks, Roanoke co., Va. 

Poulson Israel, Ringoes, Hunterdon co., N. J. 

Price Isaac, Pleasant Hill, Miami co., Ohio. 



Year] 



PILGRIM ALMANAC. 



[1874. 



Price Caleb, Shaler's Mills, Knox co.. Ohio. 
Price Isaac, Schuylkill, Chester co., Pa. 
Price Jacob. Waynesborough, Franklin co , T*a. 
Price David E., Mt. Morris, Ogle 111. 
Price "Win., Cocalico, Lancaster co., Pa. 
Price Henry, Harleysville, Montgomery co.. Pa. 
Price Jonas, Hatfield, u " 

Price John, Lewistown, Mifflin co., Pa. 
Price John R., Pottstown, Montgomery co., Pa. 
Priddy David, Ozawkie, Jeffersou co., Kan. 
Priddy Jacob, 

Province David, Columbia, Boon co., Mo. 
Provont Wm., Lanark, Carroll co., 111. 
Prowance John W. Farming+on, Marion co.. W. Va. 
Puterbaugh Geo., Elkhart, Elkhart co., Ind. 
Puterbaugh Amsey, " " " 

Quinter James, Covington, Miami co., Ohio. 
Quinn Wm. II., Tyrone Blair, co., Pa. 
Rarabow George,Doud Station, YanBurenco.,Iowa. 
Raffensperger J. H., Clear Springs, York co , Pa. 
Raffensperger Levi, Nachusa, Lee co., 111. 
Reckney Joseph, Markleysburg, Fayette co., Pa. 
Reed Samuel, Progress, " " 

Reed Cornelius, Floyd C. H., Floyd co., Va. 
Reed Isaac, 

Reinhold Jacob, Lancaster, Lancaster co., Va. 
Renner Isaac, Ladiesburg, Frederick co., Md. 
Replogle J as., Z., Waterside, Bedford co., Pa. 
Replogle Abram. Unionville, Appanoose co , Iowa. 
Replogle J. B., Woodbury, Bedford co., Pa. 
Replogle David, Rogersville, Henry co., Ind. 
Reidenour John, Vinton, Benton co., Iowa. 
Richard A., Woodstock, Shenandoah co., Va. 
Richard Jacob, Maurertown, " " 

Richardson Scott, Mill Grove, Blackford co., Ind. 
Riddle Samuel, Highland, Clayton co., Iowa. 
Ridenour Jas.A.,Brandonville, Preston co ,W. Va. 
Rider Jacob, Elizabethtown, Lancaster co., Pa. 
Riner Jac. K., Line Lexington, Montgomery co ,Pa. 
Rinehart Abram, Walton, Cass co., Ind. 
Rinehart Joseph, Ipava, Fulton co., 111. 
Rinehart John, Erving, Howard co., Ind. 
Riffe John R , Weston, Lewis co., W. Va. 
Rife Jacob, Boston, Wayne co., Ind. 
Rife John, Burnettsville, White co., Ind. 
Risser Joseph, Bradford Junction, Miami co., Ohio. 
Rinker George S., Middletown, Frederick co., Va. 
Ritchey Wm , Everett, Bedford co., Pa. 
Rittenhouse David, Mt, Carroll, Carroll co., 111. 
Rittenhouse Joseph, Chatham Center,Medina co.,0. 
Roadcap Martin, Middletown, Henry co., Ind. 
Roberts C. P. L., Waterloo, Black Hawk co., Iowa. 
Jlobey Wm. H., River Falls, Pierce co., Wis. 
Rodgers Gid., Alum Bank, Bedford do., Pa. 
Rodearmel Jer., Reading, Berks oo., Pa. 
Rohrer J. F., Smithburg, Washington co., Md. 
Roland David, Clay Lick, Franklin co > Pa. 



Roland D. B., Victor, Iowa co., Iowa. 

Roop David, Attica. Seneca co., Ohio. 

Roop Israel, ik " " 

Roop Jesse, Linganore, Frederick co., Md. 

Root C. C, Mirable, Caldwell co., Mo. 

Root Andrew, Ozawkie, Jefferson co., Kans. 

Root John A., " " « 

Rothrock David, Hazel Dell, Cumberland co., 111. 

Rothanuel Joshua, Leesport, Berks co., Pa. 

Rothermel Reading, Berks co., Pa. 

Rowland D. W., Westminster. Carroll co., Md. 
Royer Isaac, Queen City, Schuyler co., Mo. 
Rover Charles, Mifflinburg, Union co., Pa. 
Rudy Isaac L., Nankin, Ashland co., Ohio. 
Rupel David, North Liberty, St. Joseph co., Ind. 
Rupp Christ., East Earl, Lancaster co., Pa. 
Rush John, Yellow Creek, Bedford co., Pa. 
Sadler Wm., Nankin, Ashland co., Ohio. 
Sadler John, Line Springs, Howard co., Iowa. 
Sawyer H. H., Claytonville, Brown co., Kan. 
Sayler D. P., Double Pipe Creek, Carroll co., Md. 
Sayler D. R., " " « « 

Sayler Daniel K., Johnsville, Frederick co., Md. 
Sayler Henry, •' " " 

Schrock George, Berlin, Somerset co., Pa. 
Schultz Joshua, Maquoketa Jackson co., Iowa. 
Schrack John C, Somerset, Somerset co., Pa.] 
Secrist Caleb, Onberg, Indiana co., Pa. 
Sell Brice, Newry, Blair co., Pa. 
Sell Joseph B., Dale City, Somerset co., Pa. 
Sell Daniel D., Plattsburg, Clinton co., Mo. 
Sell W. B., Hamilton, Caldwell co., Mo. 
Sell Abraham, * " « 

Sell James A , NTewry, Blair co., Pa. 
Sellars John, Bourbon, Marshall co., Ind. 
Sellars George, Mt.Carroll, Carroll co., 111. 
Senseny A. H., Uniontown, " " Md. 
Sieber Solomon, Thompsontown, Juniata co., Pa. 
Sergon Stephen, Jonesville, Lee co., Va. 
Shamberger Jacob, Becklysville, Baltimore co., Md. 
Shank John, Greencastle, Franklin co., Pa. 
Sharp S. Z., Maryville, Blount co., Tenn. 
Shaver S. A., Maurertown, Shenandoah co., Va. 
Shaver E. B., " " " 

Shaver George, " " " 

Shepler Abram, Peru, Miami co., Ind. 
Sherfey Joel, Waynesborough, Wayne co., Tenn. 
Sherfey Joseph, Gettysburg, Adams co., Pa. 
Sherfey S. S., Johnson City, Washington co., Tenn. 
Shideler Daniel, Majenica, Hundington co. f Ind. 
Shirk Isaac W., Akron, Summit co., Ohio. 
Shirk Isaac, Ephrate,, Lancaster co., Pa. 
Shirk Jaoob B., Eldora, Hardin co. f Iowa. 
Shively John E., Peru, Miami co., Ind. 
Shively George, " " " 

Shively Joel, Oceola, St. Joseph co., Ind. 
Shively David, Bourbon, Marshall oo., Ind. 



Year.] 



PILGRIM ALMANAC. 



[1874. 



Shively Jacob B., Inwood, Marshall co., Ind. 
Shively John, Pyrtnont, Carroll co., Ind. 
Shively Daniel, New Paris, Elkhart co., Ind. 
Shively Aaron, Bayard, Columbiana co., Ohio. 
Shong Daniel, Brunersburg, Defiance co., Ohio. 
Shontz John, Tiffin, Seneca co., Ohio. 
Shoup Moses, Zimmerman, Greene co., Ohio. 
Showalter Christ J., Big Tree, Greene co., Ohio. 
Shoemaker J. B., Smithville, Wayne co., Ohio. 
Shrantz Michael, New Berlin, Stark co., Ohio. 
Shepherd John, .Forest, Richland co., Wis. 
Shuler Moses, Wescosville, Lehigh co., Pa. 
Simmons Christian, Rogersville, Hawkins co., Tenn. 
Simmons William, Union City, Randolph co., Ind. 
Sipe Aaron, Kokomo, Howard co., Ind. 
Sissler Michael, Mt. Carroll. Carroll co., 111. 
Sivitz William, Berlin, Somerset co., Pa. 
Slifer Emmanuel, Burkettsville, Frederick co , Md. 
Slingluff J.U.,Fairvie w Village,Montgomery co. ,Pa. 
Slusser J. H., Floyd C. H., Floyd co., Va. 
Smith J. W., Copper Hill, Floyd co., Va. 
Smith William, Haldane, Ogle co., III". 
Smith George, Pine Grove, Schuylkill co., Pa. 
Smith John, Little River, Floyd co., Va, 
Smith John, Dayton, Miami co., Ohio. 
Smith Wm., South English, Keokuk co., Iowa. 
Smith David, Union Deposit, Dauphin co., Pa. 
Smith Bartley, Hollowtown, Highland co.,' Ohio 
Smith Isaac, Blair, Barry co., Mich. 
Smith J. W., Pilot, Montgomery co., Va 
Smith Ezra, McAlistersville, Juniata co., Pa. 
Snavely John Z., Hudson, McLean co., 111. 
Snowberger Andrew, Everett, Bedford co., Pa. 
Snowberger John S., Monticello, White co., Ind 
Snowberger Joseph, Williamsburg, Blair co., Pa. 
Snowberger Daniel,New Enterprise,Bedford co.,Pa. 
Snyder Aaron B., Urbana, Champaign co., 111. 
Snyder Adam F., Kingwood, Somerset co., Pa. 
Snyder Thomas G., Cedar Rapids, Linn co., Iowa. 
Snyder J. S., Brooklyn, Poweshiek co., Iowa. 
Sollenberger Jos., White House, Cumberland co , Pa. 
Spangler John, Little River, Floyd co., Va. 
Spangle Andrew, Shirleysburg, Huntingdon co., Pa. 
Spangle John, Hill Valley, Huntingdon co., Pa. 
Spangle Jacob, 1116 Green St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Spangle Andrew, Lewistown, Mifflin co., Pa. 
Spicher J. W., Hillsdale, Indiana co., Pa. 
Spicher J., Waterloo, Black Hawk co., Iowa. 
SpicherDr.Dan.,Lester Center,Black Hawkco.,Iowa. 
Spitter Nathan, Luray, Page co., Va. 
Spidle David, Grand River, Wayne co., Iowa. 
Sprankle Samuel, Massillon, Stark co., Ohio. 
Stany Abraham, Cedar Rapids, Linn co., Iowa. 
Stany Solomon, Marion, " " 

Stany JohnF.,Lees'Cross Roads, Cumberland co,Pa. 
Steel Jacob, Yellow Creek, Bedford co , Pa. 
•Steel Elias, Walkerton, St. Joseph co., Ind. 



Stiteley David, Johnsville, Frederick, co., Md. 
Stockman Isaac, Farmer, Defiance co., Ohio. 
Stover Eli, Somerset, Perry co., Ohio. 
Stetzel J as., Mt. Carroll. Carroll co., 111. 
Stoner E. W., Union Bridge, Carroll co., Md. 
Stoner Solomon, Uniontown, Carroll co., Md. 
Stong G. W., Walnut, Cumberland co., Pa. 
Stover Jacob A., Greencastlc, Franklin co., Pa. 
Sfcouffer D F., Bennevola, Washington co., Md. 
Stouffer Menno, Cerro Gordo, Piatt co., 111. 
Stout W. J., High Point, Decatur co., Iowa. 
Strickler W. E., Centerville, Appanoose co., Iowa. 
Strickler Henry P., Eldira, Hardin co., Iowa. 

Strubenour , Sylliman, Schuylkill co., Pa. 

Struble Peter, Garnett, Anderson co., Kan. 
Struphaar Joshua, Sylliman, Schuylkill co., Pa. 
Studabaker G. W., Muncie, Delaware co , Ind. 
Studabaker Jesse, Pleasant Hill, Medina co., Ohio. 
Studabaker Jesse, Arcanum, Darke co., Ohio. 
Studabaker N., New Lebanon, Montgomery co., O. 
Studabaker Daniel, Clinton, Douglass co., Kan. 
Studabaker Jacob, Goshen, Elkhart co., Ind. 
Studabaker Jess., Garnett, Anderson co., Kan. 
Studabaker Isaac, West Charleston, Miami co.,Ohio. 
Studabaker Isaac, Casstown, u u 

Studabaker J. N., Eaton, Delaware co., Ind. 
Stump S. C, Fall's City, Richardson co., Neb. 
Sturgis D. B., South Bend, St. Joseph co., Ind. 
Stutzman DanielB , West Charlestown, Miami co.,0. 
Stutzman Abraham, Delta, Fulton co., Ohio. 
Stutzman D. B. W., Charleston, Miami co., Ohio. 
Stutzman Abraham, Delta, Fulton co., Ohio. 
Sumery Abr., Ridge View, Westmoreland co., Pa. 
SwadelyHenry, Johnson City, Washington co.. Tenn. 
Swigart S. J., Maitland, Mifflin co., Pa. 
S*igartG.H.,McVeytown, " " 

Swihart Jonathan, Pontiac, Livingston co., 111. 
Swine P. L., Shirleysburg, Huntingdon co., Pa. 
Swonger Michael, DeGraff, Logan co., Ohio. 

Tabler James D., Midolletown, Frederick, co., Md. 
Tallhelm Umphrey, Maysville, Franklin co., Iowa. 
Taylor Allen, Pleasant Mound, Bond co., 111. 
Tennis Samuel, Fairview Fulton co., 111. 
Thomas Michael, Sommerfield, Somerset co., Pa., 
Thomas Michael J., Shinbone, Fayette co., Pa. 
Thomas John Wm., Washington, Wash, co., Iowa. 
Thomas William, Ontario, " " 

Thomas J. M., Brandonville, Preston co., W. Va. 
Torah D., Carrollton, Carroll co., Mo. 
Thomas Jacob M., Brandonville, Preston co., W.Va. 
Thomas Jacob, Bangor, Van Buren, co., Mich. 
Thomas Michael, Sommerfield, Somerset co., Pa. 
Thomas John, Keota, Keokuk co., Iowa. 
Thomas Jacob, Beaver Creek, Rockingham co., Va. 
ThomasArchibald,Whitesburg,Washingtonco.,Tenn. 
Trostle Jacob D., Linganore, Frederick co., Md. 
Trostle J. W., State Center, Marshall co., Iowa. 



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Year] 



PILGRIM ALMANAC. 



[1874 



Trostle Levi, Taylor, Ogle co., 111. 
Troxel Eli, Vinton, Benton co., Iowa. 
Troxel Henry, Cerro Gordo, Piatt co., 111. 
Troxel Henry, Oakley, Macon co., 111. 
Troxel Jacob, Cerro Gordo, Piatt co , 111. 
Troxel David, Millminc, <k - '' 

Trump Daniel, York, Clark " 

Ulery Jacob, Osceola, St. Clair co , Mo. 
Tilery Samuel, Pyrmont, Carroll co.,Ind. 
Ulrich P. II., Huntington, Huntington co , Ind. 
Umbaugh Jonas, Pierceton, Kosciusko co., Ind. 
Umbel Samuel C, Markleysburg Fayette co., Pa. 
Umbel Andrew * u '' " 

Vandyke Achy , Lewistown, Mifilin co., Pa. 
Vaniman Daniel, Virdea, Macoupin co , 111. 
Vaught Geo., Elizabeth, Fayette co , W. Va. 
Vorhces Isaac, Wakarusa, Elkhart co., Ind. 

Wagoner Jacob, Petit, Tippacanoe co., Ind. 
Wagoner Jos., Pyrmont, Carroll co., Ind. 
Wagoner Jacob, Cerro Gordo, Piatt co„ 111. 
Wakeraan Jno. W., Waterlick, Warren co., Va. 
Wakeman J , Strasburg, Shenandoah co , Va. 
Wakefield 11. M., Shirleysburg, Huntingdon co., Pa. 
Walker Daniel P., Berlin, Somerset co., Pa. 
W T alker S. A., Bloomville, Seneca co., Ohio. 
Wallick Alex B. ? Breedsville, Van Buren co., Mich. 
Wampler Philip, Dayton, Montgomery co., Ohio. 
Warn pier Joseph, Knobnoster, Johnson co. v Mo. 
WamplerSam., Broadway Depot, Rockinghamjco.,Va. 
Wanderlich Chas , Richland, Keokuk co., Iowa. 
Ward Samuel, Coon Creek, Barton co , Mo. 
Warner Jonathan, Reiffsburg. Wells co., Ind. 
Wead Har?ey, Floyd C. H , Floyd co , Va. 
Weaver Christian, Biimfield, Noble co., Ind. 
Weaver Joseph, A " " 

Weaver M/)ses, Ashland, Ashland co., Ohio. 
Weber John, Elkhart, Polk co., Iowa. 
Wells J. B , Meadowville, Barbour co., W. Va. 
Wells Levi, Plumville, Indiana co , Pa. 
Wengert C, South Bend, St, Joseph co., Ind. 
Wenrick Thomas B., Union City, Randolph co., Ind. 
Wertz Christian, Cave Spring, Roanoke co., Va. 
West Landon, Sinking Spring, Highland co., Ohio. 
Wetzel Paul, Lena, Ogle co., 111. 
Weyandt Michael, Somerset, Somerset co., Pa. 
Whetstone David, New Boston, Winona co., Minn. 
Whetzell Elias, Shade Mills, Alleghany co., Md. 
Whitacre Robert, Plumville. Indiana co., Pa. 
Whisler Isaac, .Mansfield, Kichland co., Onto. 
Whislcr Israel, " k ' " 

White Pleasant, Bull (Jap, Hawkins co., Tenn. 
Wiant George, York Springs, Adam co., Pa. 
Wickham L. C, Pilot, Montgomery co., Va., 
Witmer Dennis, Grant 0. I J., ( i rant co., W. Va. 
Wimer Fred., Stouffer's Station Fayette co., Pa. 
Wine John, Ottobine, Rockingham co , Va. 



Wine Geo. Jr., ' " « 

Wine John, " 

Wine Geo. Sr., Bridgewater, " " 

Wine Christ., Broadway " '• 

Wine Jos., Blouutville, Sullivan co., Tenn. 
Wineland Jac. L., Clover Creek, Blair co., Pa. 
Winier Fred., Dawson Station. Fayette co., Pa. 
Winey G , Campbell, Ionia, co., Mich. 
Winrioh Jno., German, Darke co., Ohio. 
Wist C. F., New Boston, Winona co., Minn. 
Wise Adam, Cameron, Marshall co., W. Va. 
Wise David, Camden, Carroll co., Ind. 
Wise Christian, Mansfield, Richland co., Ohio. 
Wise John, Scenery Hill, Washington co., Pa. 
Wisler Isaac, Mansfield, Kichland co., Ohio. 
Wisler Israel, " " " 

Witmer D. M., Ashland, Ashland co., Ohio. 
Witmer Jacob, Dunkirk, Hardin Ohio. 
Witmer George, Hamilton, Caldwell co., Mo. 
Woggaraon J., New Lebanon Montgomery co.,Ohi 
Wolf David, Liberty, Adams co, 111. 
Wolfe George, Lathrop, San Joaquin co.,Cal. 
Wolfe John, Peru, Miama cr> , Ind. 
Wolf Daniel, Fair Play, Washington co., Md. 
Wolf J.M., Chewsville, t; " 

Wood George, Valley, Clarion co.. Pa. 
Workman Morgan, Loudenville, Ashland co., Ohi 
Workman David, Ashland, Ashland co., Ohio. 
Workman Levi, Pierceton, Kosciusko co , Ind. 
Workman James, Brownsville, Licking co., Ohi 
Workman John J , " " " 

Workman George, Loudenville, Ashland 
Workman James, Brownsville, " " 

Workman J. J , Jelloway, Knox co., Ohio. 
Worst George, New Pittsburg, Wayne co . Oh 
Worst Henry, 

Wrightsman P. R., South Bend, St. Joseph co., In 
Yoder Jacob, Mohrsville, Berks co., Pa. 
Yoder Stephen, Washington, Washington co., Io^ 
Yoder E. L., Madisonburg, Wayne co., Ohio. 
Yoder Jacob D., Unionville, Appanoose co , low 
Younce Davis, Syracuse, Kosciusko co., Ind. 
Younce Abraham, West Alexandria,Preble co.,Ohi 
Young Daniel, Upton, Franklin co., Pa. 
Young David, Mogodore, Summit co , Ohio. 
Yount Daniel, New Hope, Augusta co., Va. 
Zahn Joseph, Pyrmont, Carroll co., Ind. 
Zeigler Sam., Broadway Depot,Rockinghamco,V 
Zeigler Philip, Mastersonville, Lancaster co., F 
Ziegler Joseph, Merriam, Noble co., Ind. 
Zollars George, Mt. Carroll, Carroll co., 111. 
Zook Daniel, Unionville, .\ppanoose co., Iowa. 
Zook David, Farmington, Fulton co , 111. 
Zook John, Shady Grove, Franklin co., Pa. 
Zook Joseph, Unionville, Appanoose co., Iowa. 
Zug S. R., Mastersonville, Lancaster co., Pa. 
Zug John, Sbafferstown, Lebanon Co., Pa! 



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The New Postal Law. 



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We give special attention to building 

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and have the most simple and durable engine for this 
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Chester Poultry Yards. 

I make a specailty of the following varieties r f pure 
bred Fancy Poultry : 

Buff and Partridge Cochins; Dark and Light Brah- 
mas; White Leghorns; S. S. Ham- 
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&$* Pend for descriptive circular and price list of eggs for hatch- 
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\ gh pure ITALIAN QUEEN BEES of the highest grade of purity, 
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Pers'>ns buying of me may depend upon what they bargain for. Or- 
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CLOVER CREEK NURSERY. 

After several j ears of careful selecting and growing, 
I now offer for t he coming Spring and Fall planting, a 
very fine lot of fruit trees of the most approved varieties, j 

The following are my leadjflg varieties of Apples: 
King of Tompkins co., 15aldwin,Tork Imperinl, Lancaster 
Greening. Maiden's lilush, Early Ripe, Bullock's Pippin, 
and Porler. Al>o other varieties of smaller quantities. 

Of Grapes 1 have a jjoou supf ly of the following kinds: 
Goncor<l, Catawba, Delaware, Clinton, and Hartford Pro- 
lific. Also some of the choice, varieties, Tokalon, Israella, 
Ives' Seedling. Iona, Diann, Northern Muscadine, Crevel- 
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xne choice vatieties of Potatoes. 

For prices and further information, address, 

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